Recruiting beneficiary: City, University of London, United Kingdom
Internal supervisors: Prof. Mark Broom, Dr. Andrea Baronchelli
Brief project description: This project will develop and expand evolutionary game theoretical models of cooperation for multiplayer interactions. The main goal is to explore the conditions when the evolution of cooperation is favoured. Recent work has found initial structural properties which support cooperation, and we will carry out a more thorough investigation of these and other properties. We will consider a wide range of multi-player cooperative games, which have been demonstrated to have distinct properties. These models will then be applied in different fields, such as epidemiology.