About the Project

The aim of this project is to establish mathematical foundations of multi-agent optimization, by combining various theories for multi-agent systems, such as algorithmic game theory, social choice, complexity, and control theory. Utilizing the technologies of multi-agent simulation and real-data analysis, we will also apply the developed theory into various fields, including (but not limited to) electricity market, self-driving vehicles, and supply-chain management.

This project is launched on April 2020 under the support by the JSPS grant-in-aid for scientific research (A) grant number JP20H00587, as a subsequent project of JP17H04695.

 

Latest Updates

PRIMA-20 Invited Talk November 13, 2020 Posted in: Uncategorized - Taiki is giving an invited talk at PRIMA-20. Read more…
FIT 2020 Special Session Invited Talk May 14, 2020 Posted in: Event - Taiki Todo is invited to give a talk at the… Read more…
IJCAI-PRICAI-2020 Early Career Spotlight Talk May 14, 2020 Posted in: Event - Taiki Todo is invited to give an early career spotlight… Read more…
Two Papers at ECAI-20 April 19, 2020 Posted in: Article - Two of our papers will be published from the proceedings… Read more…
Project Launched April 1, 2020 Posted in: Uncategorized - This project has been launched from April 1, 2020, under… Read more…

Our Team

Katsuhide Fujita

Katsuhide Fujita

Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology
Hideaki Hata

Hideaki Hata

Nara Institute of Science and Technology
Takayuki Ishizaki

Takayuki Ishizaki

Tokyo Institute of Technology
Akitoshi Kawamura

Akitoshi Kawamura

Kyoto University
Taiki Todo

Taiki Todo

Kyushu University

Contact

Taiki Todo: todo at inf dot kyushu-u dot ac dot jp

Find us at the office

Multi-Agent Laboratory

W2-825, Kyushu University Ito Campus

Fukuoka, 819-0395 Japan