I initiated and developed info-gap decision theory for modeling and managing deep uncertainty. Info-gap theory is a decision-support tool for selecting policy, strategy, action or decision. Info-gap theory impacted the fundamental understanding of uncertainty in human affairs, and is applied by scholars and practitioners around the world in engineering, biological conservation, economics, project management, climate change, national security, medicine, and other areas (see info-gap.com).
Phi Beta Kappa Academic Honor Society.
Alexander von Humboldt Fellowship.
Fellowship of the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science