Department of Policy and Planning Sciences, Graduate School of University of Tsukuba

AKIYAMA Eizo

AKIYAMA Eizo

Position Professor
Room Room: 3F1027, Voice: +81-29-853-5550, Fax: +81-29-853-5070
Laboratory 3F515, +81-29-853-5571
Principal affiliation Division of Policy and Planning Sciences
Other affiliations College of Policy and Planning Sciences
Doctoral Program in Social Systems and Management
Master's Program in Social Systems Engineering
Master's Program in Business Administration and Public Policy
Degree Programs in Systems and Information Engineering: Policy and Planning Sciences
Research interests Evolutionary game
Complex systems
Agent-based simulation
Degree Ph.D (The University of Tokyo, March 1998)
Education / Professional experience Education
1993, Bachelor of Arts and Sciences in Pure and Applied Sciences from University of Tokyo, TOKYO, JAPAN.
1995, Master of Science in Pure and Applied Sciences from University of Tokyo, TOKYO, JAPAN. (TITLE: The Emergence and Evolution of Cooperation in a Three Person Game)
1998, Doctor of Philosophy in Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, Department of Basic Science from The University of Tokyo, TOKYO, JAPAN. (TITILE: "Dynamical System Game" and Dynamics of Games)

Professional experience:
1998 -
Postdoctoral Fellow of the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science
1999 -
Research Associate, Faculty of Science and Technology, KEIO University
2000, Sep.-
Postdoctoral Fellow, Santa Fe Institute, USA
2001, Sep.-
Assistant Professor, Institute of Policy and Planning Sciences, University of Tsukuba
2004 -
Assistant Professor, GraduateSchool of Systems and Information Engineering, University of Tsukuba
2005, Aug. -
Associate Professor, GraduateSchool of Systems and Information Engineering, University of Tsukuba
2011, Jan. -
Professor, Faculty of Engineering, Information and Systems, University of Tsukuba.
Courses taught Under graduate:
-Evolutionary Game Theory
-Workshop on Programming Languages
-Workshop in Each Field of Policy and Plannig Sciences Major

SSE:
-Game Theory: Applications


Academic societies The Physical Society of Japan
Information processing society of Japan
Japanese Economic Association
Representative publications -Akiyama, E., ``Dynamics of Coupled Players and the Evolution of Synchronous Cooperation --- Dynamical Systems Games as General Frame for Systems Inter-Relationship,''
EJTP Special Issue 2007 --- Physics of Emergence and Organization, (2007), to appear
-Suzuki, S. and Akiyama, E., ``Reputation and the Evolution of Cooperation in Sizable Groups'', Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 272, 1373-1377 (2005).
-Akiyama, E. and Kaneko, K. ``Dynamical systems game theory II -- A new approach to the problem of the social dilemma --'', Physica D 167, Issues 1-2, 36-71 (2002).
-Sato, Y., Akiyama, E., and Farmer, JD, ``Chaos in learning a simple two-person game,'' Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 99, 4748-4751 (2002).
Research projects 1. Agent-based simulation
Studies on indirect reciprocity (with Suzuki), Minority Game, Zero-Intelligence model (with Kimura), Friendship network (with Sugisaki), Evolution of communication codes in three person games.
2. Evolutionary game theory
Evolution of cooperation, Dynamics in mutual learning
3. Dynamical systems game theory
Evolution of resource management in dynamic environments, Evolution of cooperation rules in dilemma situations
4. Experimental economics
Network games in computer laboratory rooms.
5. Neuroeconomics
(with Niki, Suzuki, Fujisaki, with Oda)
Guidelines for advisees Those who wish to work on
1. Agent-based simultion
2. Neuroeconomics
3. Human subjects experiments
may want to collaborate with me in my laboratory.

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