Dr Dimitris Dranidis
Κολέγιο CITY College
Main Campus, Thessaloniki, Greece
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Dr Dimitris Dranidis

Associate Professor

Academic Position

Associate Professor

Academic Qualifications

PhD in Computer Science, Ludwig-Maximilians University of Munich, Germany
PG Certificate in Learning and Teaching, University of Sheffield
BSc in Physics, Aristotle University, Greece

Office L. Sofou Building, 6th floor
Telephone 2310 536544, 528450 (ext. 116)
Email dranidis@york.citycollege.eu
Skype dimitris.dranidis
Linkedin https://www.linkedin.com/in/dranidis/

Dr. Dranidis is an Associate Professor in Computer Science. Dr Dranidis's interests are in the areas of Software Engineering, Formal methods, and Artificial Intelligence. He is involved in investigating model-based testing and software development methodologies for service-oriented architecture, object-oriented technologies, and agile formal methods. In the past, he has taught Artificial Intelligence in the Department of Applied Informatics at the University of Macedonia and Information Systems, Neural Networks, Software Quality and Reliability, and Programming Methodology in the Technological Institution of Thessaloniki.

Research Interests

Dr. Dranidis's research interest include: Model-based testing, Software Engineering, Service-Oriented Technologies, Object-oriented Analysis and Design, Agile Methods, Formal Methods, Artificial Intelligence, Neural networks


Thanos Hatziapostolou, Dimitris Dranidis, Anna Sotiriadou, Petros Kefalas, Ioannis Nikolakopoulos, An Authentic Student Research Experience: Fostering Research Skills and Boosting the Employability Profile of Students, 23rd Annual Conference on Innovation and Technology in Computer Science Education (ACM ITiCSE 2018), Larnaca, Cyprus, July 1-4, 2018

Dimitris Dranidis & Thanos Hatziapostolou, Strengthening computer science students’ entrepreneurial skills: a step forward,   International Conference on Education and New Developments 2017

Ipate, F., & Dranidis, D. (2016). A unified integration and component testing approach from deterministic stream X-machine specifications. Formal Aspects of Computing, 28(1), 1-20.

Tsolaki, M., et al. (2015). Our experience with informative and communication technologies (ICT) in dementia. Hellenic journal of nuclear medicine, 18, 131-139.

Sakellariou I. , Dranidis D., Ntika, M., Kefalas, P., Agents and Artificial Intelligence, Volume 9494 of the series Lecture Notes in Computer Science pp 37-57, Date: 19 December 2015, “Stream X-Machines for Agent Simulation Test Case Generation”

Hatziapostolou, T., Gellci, J., Dranidis, D., Ntika, M., Quantifying and Evaluating Student Participation and Engagement in an Academic Facebook Group, In: Computer Supported Education, Communications in Computer and Information Science Series, Vol. 583, Springer International Publishing, 2016, pp. 486-503, DOI: 10.1007/978-3-319-29585-5_28


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