Thomas Cherico Wanger
Associate Professor Tom Wanger is the PI of the Sustainability, Agriculture, and Technology Lab at Westlake University. Tom is a graduate from the University of Adelaide, Australia and the National University of Singapore, Singapore (PhD, Environmental Sciences and Statistics) and former Postdoc at Stanford University, US & SLU, Sweden.
Tom is broadly interested in solutions for sustainable natural resource use. Specifically, his research and teaching is focused on sustainable crop production strategies, land use change impacts on biodiversity and people, stakeholder perception and certification of natural resources use, and deep learning. For more about his work see here.
Besides his career in research, Tom held senior management positions in international organizations and a technology start-up.
Manu is broadly interested in ecological intensification of cocoa production systems. Primarily in Indonesia but recently also in Brazil. For more information about his work, please see here and on his personal website
Lochran is a Lecturer at Liverpool John Moores University, UK, and a Honary Fellow at University of Witswaterrand, SA. He is a conservation scientist, working on African wildlife ecology and general population ecology.
Francis is an Assistant Professor at Yale-NUS in Singapore and an Associated researcher at Princeton University, US. He is broadly interested in economic policy questions reated to climate change and inequality.
Bao Chen is the Executive/Research Assistant of the SAT Lab.
Chen has a broad education background including a degree in business administration, engineering and statistics. He is responsible to support members and the research of this international and interdisciplinary group.
You can contact Chen here.