I'm currently an assistant professor at Institute for Innovative Research, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan. Previously, I held a similar position for two years at Center of Mathematics for Social Creativity, Hokkaido University. I was also a Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (JSPS) postdoctoral fellow at Faculty of Sciences, Kyushu University. I got my (i) PhD in Environmental Risk Management in March 2012 from Yokohama National University, (ii) an MBA degree in Finance and Banking from Zagreb School of Economics and Management (ZSEM) in July 2008, as well as (iii) a BS degree in Physics and Mathematics from The University of Rijeka in Nov 2003. My research career started in Feb 2004 at Rudjer Boskovic Institute (RBI), the largest Croatian national research institution. Over time, I contributed to multiple international scientific projects, including large Pan-European collaborations within the Framework Programmes for Research and Technological Development. I actively support the creation of Free Content (e.g. Open Access, Open-source Software, etc.) and other projects improving human liberties.
By conducting research at WRHI, I expect to:
• generate more research impact,
• attain higher research quality,
• address more relevant scientific questions,
• respond to societal needs with research, and
• increase visibility of research.
Incentivizing the evolution of cooperation across continents and cultures
The need for cooperation in ancestral environments was local, within communities, villages, or
towns. This need has been superseded by the nationwide need for cooperation in not-so-distant history. Nowadays, however, modern socioeconomic trends, e.g., free trade, free movement of labor, and emerging information technologies, demand cooperation on the largest of scales—the global scale. It is unclear whether evolution has primed mankind for such large-scale cooperativeness. Our focus is on the conflict between selfishness and altruism, and how this to people's geographic or cultural origin.
Period: until March, 2023 (planned)
Members: Petter Holme (Tokyo Tech), Zhen Wang (China), and numerous domestic and foreign research collaborators.
evolutionary game theorydilemma strengthtragedy of the commonsclimate changevaccination
Ijima H, Jusup M, Takada T, Akita T, Matsuda H, Klanjscek T (2019) Effects of environmental change and early-life stochasticity on Pacific bluefin tuna population growth. Mar Environ Res 149: 18-26. doi:10.1016/j.marenvres.2019.05.003 [Equal contribution]
Kuga K, Tanimoto J, Jusup M (2019) To vaccinate or not to vaccinate: A comprehensive study of vaccination-subsidizing policies with multi-agent simulations and mean-field modeling. J Theor Biol 469: 107-126. doi:10.1016/j.jtbi.2019.02.013
Beekman M, Thompson M, Jusup M (2019) Thermodynamic constraints and the evolution of parental provisioning in vertebrates. Behav Ecol 30: 583-591. doi:10.1093/beheco/arz025
Wang Z, Jusup M, Shi L, Lee J-H, Iwasa Y, Boccaletti S (2018) Exploiting a cognitive bias promotes cooperation in social dilemma experiments. Nat Commun 9: 2954. doi:10.1038/s41467-018-05259-5 [Equal contribution; Corresponding author]
Marn N, Jusup M, Catteau S, Kooijman SALM, Klanjscek T (2018) Comparative physiological energetics of Mediterranean and North Atlantic loggerhead turtles. J Sea Res 143: 100-118. doi: 10.1016/j.seares.2018.06.010