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Hiroki Sayama

Hiroki Sayama’s research interests include complex systems, artificial life, mathematical biology and computer and information sciences. He’s the director of Binghamton’s Collective Dynamics of Complex Systems (CoCo) research group, a radically interdisciplinary undertaking that won significant support from the National Science Foundation soon after its formation.

Through that grant, Sayama and his colleagues are exploring collective decision making from an evolutionary perspective. His other current projects include morphogenetic engineering using kinetically interacting particle swarms; developing unified frameworks for modeling and predicting state-topology co-evolution in complex adaptive networks; hyper-interactive evolutionary computation for engineering design and human decision making research; and complex systems education with interactive teaching tools.

Sayama, who joined Binghamton’s Department of Bioengineering in 2006, holds undergraduate, master’s and doctoral degrees in information science from the University of Tokyo.















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