Yiannis Papadopoulos

Professor Yiannis Papadopoulos

Professor

Faculty and Department

  • Faculty of Science and Engineering
  • School of Engineering and Computer Science

Summary

Professor Papadopoulos has pioneered work on model-based dependability assessment and evolutionary optimisation of complex engineering systems known as Hierarchically Performed Hazard Origin and Propagation Studies (HiP-HOPS). He co-authored EAST-ADL, an emerging automotive architecture description language. These technologies have gained wide academic recognition and have been successfully transferred to the automotive, shipping and other industries, where they have been commercialised and successfully deployed in design and engineering processes. He is currently developing technologies for self-certification of cyberphysical and autonomous systems. More information about his academic and industrial projects can be found on his personal website.

Conference Proceeding

Infinite Virtual Stoa

Torrao, L., Papadopoulos, Y., & Mckie, D. (2018). Infinite Virtual Stoa. In XXI GENERATIVE ART 2018, proceedings of XXI Generative Art conference, 183-194

TIMAEUS: Three-dimensional Illuminated Media Augmented Sculptures

Torrao, L., Mckie, D., & Papadopoulos, Y. (2018). TIMAEUS: Three-dimensional Illuminated Media Augmented Sculptures. In Proceedings of 20th Generative Art Conference,Soddu C. and Colabella E. (eds), Domus Argenia, 459-469

Journal Article

Applications of Bayesian networks and Petri nets in safety, reliability, and risk assessments: A review

Kabir, S., & Papadopoulos, Y. (2019). Applications of Bayesian networks and Petri nets in safety, reliability, and risk assessments: A review. Safety science, 115, 154-175. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ssci.2019.02.009

A review of applications of fuzzy sets to safety and reliability engineering

Kabir, S., & Papadopoulos, Y. (2018). A review of applications of fuzzy sets to safety and reliability engineering. International Journal of Approximate Reasoning, 100, 29-55. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ijar.2018.05.005

Model-based assessment of energy-efficiency, dependability, and cost-effectiveness of waste heat recovery systems onboard ship

Lampe, J., Rüde, E., Papadopoulos, Y., & Kabir, S. (2018). Model-based assessment of energy-efficiency, dependability, and cost-effectiveness of waste heat recovery systems onboard ship. Ocean engineering, 157, 234-250. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.oceaneng.2018.03.062

Postgraduate supervision

Professor Papadopoulos welcomes applications in all areas of his research. The key requirements for PhD applicants are a good degree, strong software engineering skills, and an exploratory mind. Much of the work has extensive industrial applicability and is done in collaboration with large industrial organisations which are technology leaders in their field. Despite the many applications of this work in the engineering of technologically advanced systems, such as electric and semi-autonomous cars, the work involved in those PhD projects does not require any knowledge of these engineering domains and is mainly focused on computer science, and the development and implementation of novel algorithms and tools using standard computer equipment and programming environments. Completed PhDs Luis Azevedo (2015), Scalable Allocation of Safety Integrity Levels in Automotive Systems Zhibao Mian (2014), Model Transformation for Multi-objective Architecture Optimisation for Dependable Systems Shawulu Nggada (2013), Multi-objective System Optimisation with Respect to Availability, Maintainability and Cost Nidhal Mahmud (2012), Dynamic Model-based Safety Analysis: from State Machines to Temporal Fault Trees Amer Dheedan (2012), Distributed On-line Safety Monitor Based on Safety Assessment Model Septavera Sharvia (2011), Integrated Application of Compositional and Behavioural Safety Analysis David Parker (2010), Multi-objective Optimisation of Safety-Critical Hierarchical Systems Ian Wolforth (2010), Specification and Use of Component Failure Patterns Martin Walker (2009), Pandora - A Logic for the Qualitative Analysis of Temporal Fault Trees Current PhD supervisions Ioannis Sorokos (submitted 2017), Generation of Model-Based Safety Arguments from Automatically Allocated Safety Integrity Levels Luis Torrao (expected 2019), Timaeus - Tetrahedral Illuminated Media Augmented Scupltures Art Therapy Studio