Martin Hirzel


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Martin Hirzel is a Research Staff Member and a Manager at the IBM T.J. Watson Research Center. Martin's group at IBM is the Data Languages Science group. His group focuses on languages and compilers for web data. Most of Martin's recent publications are based on the Streams Processing Language (SPL). He led the SPL language design, wrote the language specification, and implemented the compiler front-end. Before working on SPL, Martin's research revolved around programming language design, garbage collection, and optimizations for Java. Martin received his PhD from the University of Colorado at Boulder in 2004; his thesis adviser was Amer Diwan.



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