Federico Morelli is a quantitative ecologist. He has been involved in several European projects modelling the impact of land use and climate change on spatial distribution of biodiversity. The main focus of his research interests are macro ecology, species distribution models, landscape metrics and biodiversity patterns and bioindicators useful for conservation planning.
Yanina Benedetti is an ecologist focused on effects of land use, vegetation structure and anthropogenic disturbances on multiple components of biodiversity, spatial distribution of wildlife in a wide range of environments (aquatic to terrestrial) and organisms (bacteria, plants and animals).
Marketa Zarybnicka is an ecologist focused on citizen science, animal ecology, dynamics of animal populations, predator-prey dynamics, reproductive and feeding strategy, geographical gradient in animal reproduction, habitat preferences.
Felipe Fina Franco
Piotr Tryjanowski is a professor and director of the Institute of Zoology at Poznan University of Life Sciences. His research interest includes mainly ecology of vertebrates, with particular attention to the effect of climate and environmental changes on birds and mammals.