原作强，博士，研究员，博士生导师。2006年本科毕业于东北师范大学城市与环境学院，2011年在中科院沈阳应用生态研究所获得博士学位，并留所工作至今。主要研究方向为森林生态学、生物多样性与生态系统功能，曾荣获中科院青促会会员、辽宁省 “百千万人才工程”、第三批国家林草局青年拔尖人才、辽宁省自然科学二等奖。现担任《The Innovation》期刊青年编委、《广西植物》编委、《Forests》期刊编委。目前以第一/通讯作者在Global Change Biology, Ecology、Journal of Ecology等期刊上发表论文21篇，出版译著1部，授权专利2 项。
Tommaso Jucker is a NERC Independent Research Fellow and Lecturer in the School of Biological Sciences at the University of Bristol (UK). His research is broadly focused on understanding the processes that shape the structure and function of the world's forests, in an effort to predict how these will respond to rapid environmental change. He and his group do this using everything from manipulative experiments, long-term field observations and remote sensing. Tommaso obtained his BSc in Ecology (2009) from the University of Roma Tor Vergata (Italy), before completing an MSc in Ecology, Evolution and Conservation (2010) at Imperial College London (UK). It was around this time that Tommaso first became seriously interested in plant ecology and decided to pursue a PhD (2015) at the University of Cambridge (UK) working with Prof. David Coomes. During his time in Cambridge, first as a PhD student and then as a postdoctoral researcher, he worked on a range of projects with a focus on forest productivity and dynamics that set him on the research path he is on today. Before joining the University of Bristol, Tommaso was a Research Scientist at Australia's Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIRO), based in Perth in the Ecosystem Change Ecology team. For more information on Tommaso and his research group visit https://www.selvalab.org.