Dr hab. prof. UO Adam Bodzioch – well-known specialist of Triassic palaeontology and stratigraphy, presenting in our programme some aspects of geology, geobiology, taphonomy, and other subdisciplines
Dr hab. profesor UO Elena Yazykova – mainly provides the study of Cretaceous fauna from Pacific regions, but also from other regions in the world, presenting a lecture on palaeobiology of invertebrates, basics of biostratigraphy and event stratigraphy, biogeography and others
Prof. dr hab. Jerzy Lis – famous entomologist and leader of the project Heteroptera Poloniae, providing courses of Application of the bioinformatic methods, Techniques of phylogenetic reconstructions and as a part of the course of palaeobiology of invertebrates general characteristics of fossil insects
Dr Dorota Konietzko-Meier – biologist, main interest focused on non-amniote biology and phylogeny, well-known specialist of palaeohistology of amphibians, providing courses related to palaeobiology of vertebrates and palaeohistology
Dr Koen Stein – lecturer at the Free University in Brussels, vertebrate specialist with excellent knowledge in the field of morphology, paleohistology and phylogeny of dinosaurs, actually studying various aspect of bone biochemistry, will be presenting some aspects of palaeontology and palaeobiology of vertebrates
Dr Eric W.A. Mulder – zoologist, curator at the Museum Natura Docet Wonderryck Twente, Denekamp (Netherlands), vertebrate specialist, main interests are in the field of reptiles, especially mosasaurus, turtles, elasmosaurus, crocodiles and dinosaurs, additionally interested in evolutionary biology and DNA phyllogenetics, will be presenting main aspects of evolution.
Dr Mariusz Kędzierski – geologist, sedimentologist and micropalaeontologist at Krakow Jagiellonian University, providing in our programme the course of micropalaeontology
There are more specialists who are willing to come to us as guest lecturer for a few special items of vertebrate and invertebrate palaeobiology from other universities in Poland, Germany and the Netherlands, as well as from some other countries.