Professor Rudolf Meier is an evolutionary biologist in the Department of Biological Sciences at the National University of Singapore. He is interested in developing new ways to tackle invertebrate biodiversity and reconstructing species interactions at a large scale. His lab started and maintains “Biodiversity of Singapore” (https://singapore.biodiversity.online/), which features >14,000 species including >3000 species interactions.
Dr. Amrita Srivathsan is a post-doctoral researcher in the Department of Biological Sciences at the National University of Singapore. She is interested in developing the bioinformatic tools for species discovery and their interactions. Her primary research focus is on studying species interactions using metagenomics.
Emily Hartop is a PhD student in the Department of Zoology at Stockholm University, Sweden. She is a specialist on the hyperdiverse scuttle fly genus Megaselia. Her research is focused on new ways to discover, describe, and chart the worldwide diversity of this group.