Martin O'Neill II
University of North Texas
Institute of Applied Science
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Education

PhD, University of North Texas, 2014.
Major: Computer Science
Degree Specialization: Computational Analysis of Biological Emergency Response Plans: A Computational Methodology for Addressing Differentiated Access in Response Plan Design
MS, University of North Texas, 2009.
Major: Computer Science
Degree Specialization: Computational Epidemiology - Analyzing Exposure Risk: A Deterministic, Agent-Based Approach
Certificate, University of North Texas, 2008.
Major: Geographic Information Systems
BS, University of North Texas, 2003.
Major: Computer Science

Professional Positions

Uncategorized
Adjunct Faculty, University of North Texas. (2014 – Present).
Research Analyst, University of North Texas. (2010 – Present).

Teaching

Teaching Experience

University of North Texas
BIOL 4820, Computational Epidemiology, 1 course.
BIOL 5820, Computational Epidemiology, 1 course.
CSCE 1010, Introduction to Computer Science, 1 course.
CSCE 1020, Program Development, 9 courses.
CSCE 1030, Computer Science I, 8 courses.
CSCE 2100, Foundations of Computing, 11 courses.
CSCE 3110, Data Structures and Algorithms, 7 courses.
CSCE 4355, Database Administration, 3 courses.
CSCE 4600, Introduction to Operating Systems, 1 course.
CSCE 4820, Computational Epidemiology, 2 courses.
CSCE 5215, Machine Learning, 1 course.
CSCE 5640, Operating System Design, 1 course.
CSCE 5820, Computational Epidemiology, 1 course.
CSCE 6350, Advanced Topics in Database Design, 1 course.

Research

Published Intellectual Contributions

Journal Article
King, J. M., Tiwari, C., Mikler, A. R., O'Neill II, M. (2018). Challenges of Designing and Implementing High Consequence Infectious Disease Response. Other. 1--4. Cambridge University Press.
Ramisetty-Mikler, S., Mikler, A. R., O'Neill II, M., Komatz, J. (2015). Conceptual framework and quantification of population vulnerability for effective emergency response planning.. Other. 13(3), 227--238.
Ramisetty-Mikler, S., Mikler, A. R., O'Neill II, M., Komatz, J. (2015). Conceptual framework and quantification of population vulnerability for effective emergency response planning.. Journal of Emergency Management. 13(3), 227-38.
O'Neill II, M. (2014). http://ieeexplore.ieee.org/xpl/login.jsp?tp=&arnumber=6857422&url=http%3A%2F%2Fieeexplore.ieee.org%2Fxpls%2Fabs_all.jsp%3Farnumber%3D6857422
O'Neill II, M. (2009).
O'Neill II, M. (2008).
Popular Press Article
O'Neill II, M. (2012).
O'Neill II, M. (2011).
O'Neill II, M. (2009).

Presentations Given

O'Neill II, M. (Other), Factors Affecting Points of Dispensing (POD) throughput: Where are all the cars going?. (20102010).

O'Neill II, M. (Other), Law Enforcement's Role in Point of Dispensing (POD) Security and SNS Response: Response Plan Analysis. (20102010).

Contracts, Grants and Sponsored Research

Grant - Research
O'Neill II, M. (Principal), Mikler, A. (Co-Principal), "RAMP: Risk Assessment, Mapping and Planning (Phase 2)," Sponsored by CDC Contract No. 200-2016- 92434 - Subcontract from Los Angeles County Department of Public Health, State, $279965 Funded. (July 1, 2018September 25, 2019).
O'Neill II, M. (Principal), Mikler, A. R. (Co-Principal), "RAMP: Risk Assessment, Mapping and Planning (Phase 1)," Sponsored by CDC Contract No. 200-2016- 92434 - Subcontract from Los Angeles County Department of Public Health, State, $95002 Funded. (October 23, 2017July 31, 2019).
Mikler, A., O'Neill II, M., "Development and deployment of computational methods to facilitate response planning for POD placement and distribution of Medical Counter Measures from Regional RSS sites to PODs in Texas DSHS Region 6/5S (Phase 2)," Sponsored by Texas DSHS, State, $208712 Funded. (October 22, 2018June 30, 2019).
Mikler, A., O'Neill II, M., "Development and deployment of computational methods to facilitate response planning for POD placement and distribution of Medical Counter Measures from Regional RSS sites to PODs in Texas DSHS Region 6/5S (Phase 1)," Sponsored by Texas DSHS, State, $209783 Funded. (March 13, 2018June 30, 2019).
Mikler, A., Tiwari, C., Ramisetty-Mikler, S., O'Neill II, M., "Minimizing Access Disparities in Bio-Emergency Response Planning," Sponsored by National Institutes of Health (NIH), Federal, $307099 Funded. (September 10, 2017June 30, 2019).