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Tommy Colligan

Tommy graduated with a BS in Physics from the University of Montana in 2018, and in 2020 received his Masters in Computer Science from the UM. His graduate research focused on using computer vision to map irrigation in the US and on quantifying uncertainty associated with said maps.

Now he uses the machine learning skills he picked up during his M.S. to advise students in the Wheeler Lab on ML aspects of their projects. He also works on applying ML to problems in bioinformatics, such as making HMMER faster.

Like most citizens of Missoula, he likes to hike, bike, run, ski, and generally enjoy the outdoors. Below is the obligatory Missoula outdoors picture (with some deep dreaming applied).

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The view from Point 6 at the top of Snowbowl.

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