Andrew Cameron is Professor of Astronomy at St Andrews. His research is in stellar magnetic fields and the discovery and characterisation of extrasolar planets. He is a founding Co-I of the WASP collaboration, which has discovered more than 170 gas-giant planets in close orbits about their host stars. He is also a member of the Science Team for the Swiss-led ESA S-class CHaracterising ExOPlanets Satellite (CHEOPS; launch expected 2019), for which he leads the Working Group on data analysis.
2018-2019 Fellow: Big Data and Planets
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