|Intro||German computer scientist|
|A.K.A.||鲁道夫·贝尔, Rudolf Bayer, 魯道夫·貝爾|
|Is||Computer scientist Engineer Professor Educator|
|Type||Academia Engineering Science Technology|
|Birth||7 May 1939, Germany|
Rudolf Bayer (born 3 March 1939) is a German computer scientist. He is professor emeritus of Informatics at the Technical University of Munich where he had been employed since 1972. He is noted for inventing three data sorting structures: the B-tree (with Edward M. McCreight), the UB-tree (with Volker Markl) and the red-black tree. Bayer is a recipient of 2001 ACM SIGMOD Edgar F. Codd Innovations Award. In 2005 he was elected as a fellow of the Gesellschaft für Informatik.