Kyosuke (pronounced KYO-s-kay ) studies communication structures and dynamics that lead to effective coordination among members of a group and organization. He uses experiments and field data to address research questions. (see my dissertation (pdf)).Current Research Projects:
We examined how effectively space crew members and mission support can share information as needed in their communication network under different communication delay conditions. Our results show that network acuity (i.e., an individual ability to leverage their perceptions of the network to route information effectively) among crew members is higher than mission support, especially under communication delays.
Whereas the benefit of creating a new contact directly goes to you, increasing communication frequency with your existing contact can benefit your partner or neighbors. Our findings are fairly consistent based on our simulations of networking approaches on a diverse set of real-world communication networks.
Using data-driven computer simulations, we study the effect of networking strategies on efficiency in communication networks. We found there is a clear trade-off between the studied networking strategies and efficiency.
In this paper, we assess the impact of social media on social and economic development, using an analytical framework that draws on social networks and social learning. We particularly highlight the use of social media in developing countries.