Peter Pirkelbauer

Peter Pirkelbauer. Assistant Professor
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Campbell Hall 143
(205) 934-8532

Research and Teaching Interests: Compilers, Programming Languages, Concurrency

Office Hours: By appointment

Education:

  • Dipl.-Ing., Johannes-Kepler Universität
  • M.B.A., Texas A&M
  • Ph.D., Texas A&M

 

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Dr. Pirkelbauer is the head of the iProgress research lab. He received his Dipl.-Ing. in Informatics from Johannes-Kepler Universität, Austria and his Ph.D. in Computer Science from Texas A&M University. Prior to joining the UAB faculty, Dr. Pirkelbauer was a postdoctoral researcher at the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory where he worked as a member of the ROSE Compiler group.

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Dr. Pirkelbauer heads the iProgress (I PROGram Reliable and Scalable Systems) research laboratory. His team conducts research on model checking, runtime error checking, concurrent libraries, translating domain-specific languages to high-performant and portable code, and source code rejuvenation.

The goal of this research is to provide better support for the development and maintenance of real-world applications and high-performance codes to scientists and engineers in many disciplines.
  • CS 302: Object Oriented Design
  • CS 401: Programming Languages
  • CS 402: Compilers
  • CS 499: Senior Capstone Course
  • CS 702: Compilers
  • CS 792: Multicore Programming — read a sample syllabus (pdf)
  • Hadia Ahmed, Anthony Skjellum, and Peter Pirkelbauer. 2015. Petal Tool for Analyzing and Transforming Legacy MPI Applications. In International Workshop on Languages and Compilers for Parallel Computing.
  • Reed Milewicz, Rajesh Vanka, James Tuck, Daniel Quinlan, and Peter Pirkelbauer. 2015. Runtime Error Checking of C Programs. In ACM Symposium on Applied Computing, Track on Programming Languages.
  • Reed Milewicz, Marjan Mernik, and Peter Pirkelbauer. 2013. SimpleConcepts: Support for Constraints on Generic Types in C++. In 4th Workshop on Advances in Programming Languages.
  • Peter Pirkelbauer, Chunhua Liao, Thomas Panas, and Dan Quinlan. 2011. Runtime Detection of C-Style Errors in UPC Code. In 5th Conference on Partitioned Global Address Space Models (PGAS).
  • Peter Pirkelbauer, Yuriy Solodkyy, and Bjarne Stroustrup. 2010. Design and Evaluation of C++ Open Multi-Methods. Science of Computer Programming 75, 7, 638-67.
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