Professor Jingling Xue is from the School of Computer Science and Engineering. His research interests include:
Jingling Xue's research spans programming languages, compiler technology, and program analysis. He strives to achieve the practical relevance of his research by focusing on developing innovative solutions and open-source tools for real-world software applications. He is interested in sharing the outcomes of his research projects in the form of open-source tools, by supporting scientific replicability and reproducibility. His current research projects include compiler techniques for improving parallelism and locality, pointer/alias analysis techniques and tools for million-line-scale programs, and static and dynamic program analysis techniques and tools for detecting bugs and security vulnerabilities in real-world software applications (e.g., web browsers and Android apps). He has published a research monograph on loop tiling (one of the most important loop transformations for improving parallelism and locality), 70+ journal articles, and 160+ conference papers, with many in prestigious IEEE/ACM journals and conferences in his field.