- Pedro Aparicio Llorente, Adjunct Assistant Professor, Principal at APLO, Universidad de los Andes
- Dr Juan Carlos Astudillo, Research Associate, The State Key Laboratory of Marine Pollution, City University of Hong Kong
Natalia Echeverri , Senior Lecturer, MLA| PDLA Program Director of Division of Landscape Architecture, The University of Hong Kong
Natalia Echeverri is Senior Lecturer and the director of the Master of Landscape Architecture and Postgraduate Diploma in Landscape Architecture programs in the Division of Landscape Architecture at the University of Hong Kong. Her teaching and research is focused on how historic and contemporary practices of urban design and landscape planning have engaged with issues of density, settlement, and climate dynamics in Hong Kong. She holds a Master of Architecture and Master of City Planning from the University of California, Berkeley.
Pedro Aparicio Llorente, Adjunct Assistant Professor, Principal at APLO, Universidad de los Andes
Pedro Aparicio is Principal at APLO Architecture & Landscape. He is adjunct faculty from the School of Architecture at the Universidad de los Andes in Bogota, Colombia. He holds a Master in Design Studies – Urbanism, Landscape, Ecologies from Harvard University. He is currently an Andrew W. Mellon researcher for the interdisciplinary project The Digital Now: Architecture and Intersectionality at the Canadian Centre for Architecture.
Dr Juan Carlos Astudillo, Research Associate, The State Key Laboratory of Marine Pollution, City University of Hong Kong
Dr Juan Carlos Astudillo is a Research Associate at the State Key Laboratory of Marine Pollution, City University of Hong Kong. His research focuses on marine conservation, biodiversity assessments and the use of ecological engineering for shoreline restoration. He has been actively involved in research restoration projects in Hong Kong and mainland China oriented to enhance the biodiversity and ecosystem functioning of artificial shorelines. He is currently a Thematic Editor of the Hong Kong Register of Marine Species (HKRMS), a member of the Editorial Board of the scientific journal Maritime Technology and Research, and a founder member of the Hong Kong Marine Ecological Association.