Florian Kurpicz

Welcome

My name is Florian Kurpicz and I am a postdoctoral researcher at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology in Prof. Peter Sanders' Group at the Institute of Theoretical Informatics, Algorithm Engineering. I received my PhD in Computer science from the TU Dortmund University in 2020, with a thesis on parallel text index construction under the supervision of Prof. Johannes Fischer.

I am working in Algorithm Engineering and Stringology. The latter is the research area of algorithms and data structures for textual data, occurring in the form of (scientific) literature, source code, DNA and proteins sequences, and many more. Here, my research focuses on engineering scaling and space efficient algorithms and text indices in shared and distributed memory. This website contains information about my research, more details about me, and other pointers to other activities.


Latest Posts

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Teaching in the Winter Term 2021/22
2021-10-18
Overview of my Teaching in the Winter Term 2020/21 at KIT (in German)
Article Available in ACM Journal of Experimental Algorithmics
2021-07-12
Practical Wavelet Tree Construction
Teaching in the Winter Term 2020/21
2020-11-20
Overview of my Teaching in the Winter Term 2020/21 (in German)
Video Presentation at ESA 2020
2020-08-31
Video Recording and Slides of our Paper @ ESA'20 are Online
Teaching During a Pandemic
2020-07-30
Creating Teaching Videos (Videos in German)
Paper Accepted at ESA 2020
2020-06-18
Practical Performance of Space Efficient Data Structures for LCEs
Paper Accepted at ICALP 2020
2020-04-16
Space Efficient Construction of Lyndon Arrays in Linear Time