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Kevin O’Neil, PhD

Kevin O’Neil, PhD
Professor of Mathematics
College of Engineering & Natural Sciences
Mathematics
918-631-2984 Keplinger Hall Room 3195

Education

PhD – University of Illinois AB – Princeton University

Bio

Kevin O'Neil's  research has concentrated on a fascinating but (until recently) neglected area in fluid mechanics called "vortex statics," and on a certain type of problem that can arise in the area of robotic control.

Research Interests

Vortex Dynamics
Celestial Mechanics
Robotics Control

Teaching Interests

Calculus
Advanced Calculus
Differential Geometry
Number Theory
Complex Functions

Publications

  • Letcher, J. H., O’Neil, K. A., and P. Cook (1993), “An Imaging Device that Uses the Wavelet Transformation as the Image Reconstruction Algorithm: Part III”, Proceedings of the IEE, UK., Acoustic Sensing and Imaging, 29-30 March 1993, pp. 56-59

Courses Taught

  • Master's Report
  • Master's Report
  • Master's Report
  • Senior Thesis
  • Advanced Calculus I