Meg Schwamb

Lecturer in the Astrophysics Research Centre

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Meg joined Queen's University Belfast in August 2019. Meg's research focuses on how planets and their building blocks form and evolve, by applying ground-based surveys to probe our Solar System's small body reservoirs and utilizing citizen science techniques to mine large planetary datasets. eg is involved in the Planet Four online citizen science projects, which enlists the public to help study the seasonal processes of the Martian south pole and map the distribution of ridges at the Martian mid-latitudes. She also serves as co-chair of the Vera C. Rubin Observatory Legacy Survey of Space and Time Solar System Science Collaboration and the LSST:UK Solar System Science Point of Contact. Learn More