Riley O'Neill

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Riley O’Neill is a first year Ph.D. student in the University of Minnesota applied mathematics program. His research interests include computer vision, 3D object feature analysis, automated mass scale phenotypic and genotyping, differential geometry and topology, machine learning, and mathematical physics. He has worked with the AMAAZE consortium since 2018 on geometric invariants and bone fragment refitting.