Welcome, I am Florian, and this is my personal website and developer blog, where I write about my free-time software projects. Sharing my experience with others allows me to get a deeper understanding of these topics. It also helps me to improve my writing skills, and get in touch with other people who have the same interests. So I always welcome feedback, questions, or other comments which you can leave at the end of each post. You can also directly send me an e-mail.
What I Do
Currently, I am studying for a PhD in computer science at the Johannes Kepler University in Linz, Austria. My supervisor is Prof. Hanspeter Mössenböck, and my research targets compiler technologies, language interpreters and virtual machines. I also teach and give programming courses for other computer science students.
We have an ongoing cooperation with Oracle Labs and work on GraalVM, which is a polyglot virtual machine that executes programs of different languages. In particular, my research focuses on improving partial evaluation, a technique used by the Graal compiler to transform the existing interpreters of the virtual machine into efficient code for a given user program.
About This Site
This site is hosted on a Debian machine run by Netcup, and served by an Nginx web server. The content of this site is generated by Jekyll using the whiteglass theme. The source can be seen here on my Gitea repository. The blog post comments are provided by a self-hosted Isso server.