(in alphabetic order)
Thomas Berg Hasper, PhD student in plant ecophysiology, studying plant adaptations and responses to carbon dioxide (CO2) variations.
Johanna Bergkvist, PhD.
Angelica af Ekenstam, PhD student in plant ecophysiology, studying plant adaptations and responses to variations in temperature.
Maria Grundström, PhD student within Environmental Science. Main interest is to investigate episodes of high air pollution levels and how these link to meteorological conditions and the large scale weather.
Brigitte Nyirambangutse, PhD student.
Mats Räntfors, research engineer within the Ecophysiology and Biogeochemistry group.
Lasse Tarvainen, PhD in Plant Ecophysiology, interested in within canopy variation and upscaling of shoot scale carbon dioxide and water vapour exchange.
Dr Johan Uddling, plant ecophysiologist with particular interest in processes at the plant-atmosphere interface (i.e. stomatal and photosynthetic regulation).
Tage Vowles, PhD student in ecosystem ecology, studying alpine ecosystem responses to herbivory and climate change.