The broader and interdisciplinary research line that has emerged from the unified intellectual effort of the founders of AIABAS is described in the tab "Start". However, in addition, each one of the above-mentioned founders has his/her own set of research lines which are described below.Ada M. Herrera García: I have an interdisciplinary training that combines a professional formation in biology (mainly addressed to the field of environmental science), plus a Ph.D. in bio-medicine, plus a technician degree in pharmacology. This combination promotes special capabilities in regard to the assessment of environmental factors on human health, for example, in the field of the study of the human body response to negative environmental influences by mean of urban-environment-stimulated inflammation processes. In addition, my main research and publication activity has been aimed, so far, to the study of ecological factors with a direct influence on human beings and the feedback processes they establish with the environment. Gradually, I have come to realize the need to develop an interdisciplinary, physics-based understanding of the operation of complex open systems away from equilibrium, in general. Therefore, my current research activity in cooperation with other scholars is also addressed to develop a non-contingent and internally consistent set of models in order to describe ecosystem functioning starting from empirically testable theoretical links between the principles of ecosystem ecology, thermodynamics, and statistical physics. The Organic Biophysics of Ecosystems (OBEC) encompasses the first set of models resulting from the above-mentioned interdisciplinary inquiry. The main part of the results from this effort are included in several articles published in the journals Ecological Modelling, Science of the Total Environment, and Interdisciplinary Science Reviews. The main advantage of the set of models mentioned above is its validity for almost any type of system capable of accumulating information autogenously and following a fractal structure.