Visiting Professor (Professor, Aoyama Gakuin Univ.)
Ph.D. Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Research Associate, Kyoto University, Center for Southeast Asian Studies (1976-1980)
Assistant Professor, the University of Tokyo College of Arts and Sciences (1980-1991)
Professor , the University of Tokyo, College of Arts and Sciences (1991-1996)
Professor, the University of Tokyo, Graduate School of Arts and Sciences(1996-2012)
Professor, Aoyama Gakuin University School of International Politics, Economics and Communication (2012-current)

■Field of Specialization:
 International Relations Theory, Comparative Regional Systems
 Asia-Pacific International Relations, Building Artificial Societies
■Research Theme:
 Analysis of Social Interaction Applying Multi-Agent Simulation
 Analysis of Regional Cooperation in the Asia-Pacific with special emphasis on ASEAN
■Major Works / Publications Awards:
 ・Modeling and Analyzing Artificial Societies: Introduction to Multi-Agent Simulation with artisoc, Shosekikoubou Hayama, 2008
  ・The Challenge of Japan Before World War II and After, Routledge, 1992 (co-authored)
  Ohira Masayoshi Memorial Award, 1992.
■Academic Societies / Service to Society:
 【Academic Activities】
  Japanese Society on International Law
  Japanese Association of Asian Studies
  Japanese Association of International Relations
 【Service to Society】
  Councilor, Sato Yo International Scholarship Foundation
■Research Project:
 MA: International Relations of, and with, ASEAN [Not available from September 2018 Admission]
■Research theme, outline of project research seminar, message to prospects:
“International Relations of and with ASEAN”
     ASEAN is not an autonomous actor, but the result of the collective decisions of its Member States.  This project deals with the decision-making process of ASEAN, i.e. the international relations of ASEAN and the relationship between ASEAN and its dialogue partners and other relevant entities.  Students participating in the project are expected to explore relevant research questions in order to develop original answers.


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