Online / 5 & 6 February 2022


Jan-Patrick Lehr

JP Lehr is a PostDoc at the Technical University of Darmstadt working mainly on performance and program analysis tools and techniques in the context of high-performance computing.

He studied computer science and received both his Bachelor and his Master degree from Technical University of Darmstadt. Between his Bachelor and his Master he interned at the ROSE group at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory working on source-to-source translation for C and C++.

After receiving his Master's in 2016 he joined the Institute for Scientific Computing as a PhD student with the focus on program analysis for intelligent compiler instrumentation and program measurement. More recently, he gained interest in program correctness analysis, and, in particular, correctness of MPI applications, which lead to the development of the MPI correctness benchmark suite MPI-CorrBench.

He is the principal developer of the PIRA profiler, the MetaCG whole-program analysis library, and a contributor to the TypeART memory allocation and tracking sanitizer. All tools can be found at



Title Day Room Track Start End
PIRA: Performance Instrumentation Refinement Automation Sunday D.hpc HPC, Big Data, and Data Science 16:00 16:30
Bringing together open source scientific software development for HPC and beginners Sunday D.hpc HPC, Big Data, and Data Science 17:00 17:30