Member directory

Meet and connect with conservation tech community members working on every continent around the world! No matter what tech tools, species, environments, or challenges you're working with, WILDLABS can help you find others who share your interests and goals.

Leo Paul is a mechanical engineer from India who is passionate about tech-connected devices. He has worked on a variety of projects involving the development and implementation of such devices, and is always looking for new ways to improve their design and function.

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I am a recently graduated Computer Scientist and Mathematician passionate about animals and nature.

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I am a biologists interesesd in ecology and evolution, especially in alpine plants and insects. I develop computer vision and field hardware solutions to automate pollinators monitoring.

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Aarhus University

Assistant professor in the QGG, at Aarhus University and PI of the DARSA group (https://darsa.info) . My background is both in insect physiology and computational biology. I have particular experience and interest in developing hardware and software to monitor insects (lab&field)

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Biologist studying African wasp diversity, automated insect cameras etc. From Kållby, Finland, and affiliated with the Biodiversity Unit, University of Turku.

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Appied entomologist working on beneficial beetles in agriculture. interested in new ways of monitoring insects.

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Tropical Ecologist from Trinidad & Tobago in the Caribbean. I've worked over 8 years Asa field ecologist on various projects conducting biological surveys needed for environmental clearance. Holder of a BSc and MSc

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