Hi! I’m Meg Schwamb. I am currently a lecturer (equivalent of an Assistant Professor in US/EU system) in the
Astrophysics Research Centre (ARC) and the
School of Mathematics and Physics at
Queen's University Belfast (QUB) in the UK.
I am interested in the fundamental questions of how our Solar System and others formed and evolved as well as
exploring the process of planet formation. My expertise is in big data for planetary astronomy, focusing in
particular on studying the small body populations in the Solar System, exploring seasonal processes on Mars,
exoplanet detection, and applying citizen science to mine large datasets for Solar System science.