Short bio and research interests
In February 2011, I received a Dr. techn. degree in computer science from the Vienna University of Technology under the supervision of Prof. Jens Knoop. For the following couple of years I was a postdoctoral scholar at the University of California, Irvine, working with Prof. Michael Franz. After a brief stint with SBA Research in Vienna, I joined Paderborn University's computer science department.
I also have extensive experience in implementing and optimizing dynamic programming languages — in particular Python: my most recent advances lead to performance improvements of up to more than five-fold when compared to standard Python. Recently, I have been making inroads towards verifying semantic preservation of my interpreter optimizations using Coq.
At the moment, I am working tirelessly to build a new research group and am looking for qualified and motivated students. Send me an email if all of the following hold true:
- getting a PhD sounds interesting
- you have read a couple of my papers and are excited by this type of work
- you speak German (funded positions typically come with a light teaching load)
In case you are looking for Master's thesis topic, please stop by my office. (I have several topics that I am not advertising publicly.)
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