Dimitar Christozov is a Professor of Computer Science at the American University in Bulgaria, since 1993. He is the leading person in developing the Computer Science (1993) and Information Systems (2008) majors.
He has more than 40 years of research and educational experience in computer science, applied statistics, and information systems. His Ph.D. thesis is “Computer Aided Evaluation of Machine Reliability” and D.Sc. thesis, “Quantitative measures of the quality of informing”. His recent interests are in the field of business analytics and data science.
Professor Christozov has more than 150 publications. He is editor of Interdisciplinary Journal of Information, Knowledge and Management (IJIKM) and associate editor of Journal of Computer Information Systems (JCIS) and International Journal of Digital Literacy and Digital Competences (IJDLDC).
He is a founding member and fellow of Informing Science Institute and holder of the Zbigniew Gackowski Memorial Award for excellence and the advancement of Informing Science. He is a founding member and fellow of Applied Knowledge Management Institute where he was awarded for Life-long academic achievements. He is also founding member of the Bulgarian Statistical Society and the Bulgarian Telework Association.