Flávia Durgante is a postdoctoral researcher at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT). A forestry engineer with a doctorate in Tropical Forest Sciences from INPA, she is now a professor of postgraduate studies in Botany at INPA, where she advises a master’s and doctoral degree. In Germany, she is a lecturer in the KIT Geoecology master course. Her research focuses on ecophysiology, tree growth and development of technologies for the recognition of Biodiversity. She develops research and advises students within the scope of the ATTO project, and in addition actively participates in the outreach project in the local communities surrounding the ATTO site.