Stefan Brunthaler

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Name:Stefan Brunthaler

In February 2011, Stefan received a Dr. techn. degree in computer science from the TU Wien under the supervision of Prof. Jens Knoop. Afterward, he was a postdoc at the research group of Prof. Michael Franz from April 2011 until June 2015. Upon returning to Austria, he became Key Researcher with SBA Research in Vienna until he received a call to join Paderborn University as a tenured professor for compilers and programming languages in October 2016. Stefan’s stay at Paderborn was cut short by receiving a call to join the newly established National Research Institute for Cyber Defense CODE in Munich as a full professor, holding the chair for Secure Software Engineering. This chair hosts the newly established SPECTRE lab, which focuses on security, privacy, and performance enhancing compilation techniques research.

Affiliation:Bundeswehr University Munich
Research interests:Language-based security, compilers, interpreters, programming languages


CPP 2021 Author of Towards Efficient and Verified Virtual Machines for Dynamic Languages within the CPP 2021-track
ECOOP 2018 Author of Accelerating Dynamically-Typed Languages on Heterogeneous Platforms Using Guards Optimization within the ECOOP Research Papers-track
WoSSCA 2018 Author of Software Diversity vs. Side Channels within the WoSSCA 2018-track
ISMM 2015 Author of Safe and Efficient Hybrid Memory Management for Java within the Research Papers-track
SPLASH 2014 Presenter of Accelerating Iterators in Optimizing AST Interpreters within the OOPSLA Artifacts-track
Author of Accelerating Iterators in Optimizing AST Interpreters within the OOPSLA-track
SPLASH 2013 Author of ZipPy on Truffle: A Fast and Simple Implementation of Python within the Demonstrations-track