In Social Simulation Laboratory, Faculty of Informatics, Kansai University, we are trying to approach social simulations in various ways. Developing social simulations requires knowledges about social sciences such as economics, politics, sociology and so on. Besides, knowledge about programming is also required to develop it. When we try to develop simulation tools for nationals or the world, we should employ parallel computers or super computers. We should also consider how to reach decision makers using visual output tools. Why don’t you want to join us to tackle with this challenging interdisciplinary research field?
We have our research activities in the following schedule. The laboratory members come to K210 of Building K in Takatsuki Campus, Kansai University. We welcome anyone who is interested in our research. Please send an e-mail to Professor Tadahiko Murata before visiting us. ( Send to murata -at- kansai-u.ac.jp )
Currently we have the following schedule. (S) is in the spring semester, (F) is in the fall semester.
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We distribute our articles in the following categories.
This page shows recent posts in a time series. Laboratory members post their recent activities.
This page shows an abstract of our research.
We introduce our laboratory members.
This page shows research projects in our laboratory.
We list our papers.
We list awards we received.
We introduce our activities for fun.
We show how to reach us.
History of our laboratory.