私が取り組んでいるのは、紛争解決のための意思決定数理モデルです。今のところ用いている枠組みは、効用を序数的に扱うため人間の直感に近く、また「状態」への選好を分析するので「状態の遷移」という考え方で物事の不可逆な生起も記述することができるGMCR（Graph Model for Conflict Resolution）という手法です。分析対象は国家間の紛争で、実際の事例としてはキューバ危機に適用して検討しています。
Learned Economics and Philosophy and earned BAs, then researched diplomacy and strategy at a higher institution, and earned MBA at a business school, I am never quite sure what kind of role that academia played in my journey.
Yet, I am holding an admiration for the world of academia and a tranquil life there. If I give the reason by myself, I am a keen seeker after the truth.
All the activities in life, working hard, eating, sleeping, meeting people, keeping friendship, laughing, loving someone, enjoying champagne, trying to find some laws from raindrop dancing must be means to seek or reach the truth.
I have been giving lectures titled ‘Media, Dialogue and Rhetoric’ at Sophia University in Tokyo for over 10 years. Preparation for the lecture each year is a fixed-point observation opportunity of my intellectual, mental, physical status for ‘seeking truth’.
My journey continues. I am making researches on real diplomacy and strategy to which I pay particularly close attention these years. To produce an article for publication in a scholarly journal from my unique perspective as a non-academic researcher and earn PhD is a milestone in the journey at this moment.