SocialInteraction Systems Laboratory
Analyzing society by mathematical models and surveys
In social science, there are theoretical and empirical fields. Our laboratory uses mathematical models such as “game theory” and “network science” for building up theories, and mainly statistical surveys for verification. We also place an importance on social science viewpoints in addition to the mathematical methods. Students decide their topic of research by considering interests and curiosity of their own. The laboratory is characterized by the use of twitters, cloud funding and big data, the atmosphere to give students take up wideranging subjects and personal relationships that allow an “exit selection.”
Affiliation

Machinery and Control Systems 
Faculty Name  MUTO, Masayoshi 
Academic Society 
Japanese Association for Mathematical Sociology International Society for the Systems Sciences The Operations Research Society of Japan 
Keyword  Game theory, Network, Human interaction, Mathematical science 
Study Fields
 Mathematical sociology
 Socioinformation studies
 Social statistics
 Philosophy
 Mathematics
For Society
Our graduates get job as public servants, engineers with knowledge on humanities and as clerks at manufacturers, allowing them to comprehensively use knowledge both of humanities and science to take active roles in society.Research Themes
 Analysis on personal associations that allow exit and return selections using the game theory
 Simulations on the diffusion of information and the structure of networks
 Mathematical analyses on economical gaps, powers and ethics