About me

I am a Royal Society Newton International Fellow at the Department of Zoology (OxNav Group), University of Oxford.

 

 I am interested in when and how groups make better (or worse) decisions than individuals. My research directly addresses this question, using pigeon homing as a model system. I compare the cognitive abilities of individuals and groups by testing them on the same spatio-cognitive tasks. Thanks to the cutting-edge GPS devices, I can create deatailed agent-based models using high-resolution individual spatiotemporal data. My research is relevant to multiple research fields, including optimal decision-making theory and collective robotics.

 

Contact: 

Department of Zoology, University of Oxford
E23g The Tinbergen Building
S Parks Road
Oxford OX1 3PS
United Kingdom

E-mail: takao.sasaki@zoo.ox.ac.uk