Nicholas S. Luke

TitleAssociate Professor

DepartmentMathematics

Phone336-285-3520

Fax336-256-0876

Emailluke@ncat.edu

OfficeMarteena Hall
Room: 107

1601 East Market Street
Greensboro, NC 27411

Nicholas S. Luke

Education

Ph D: Applied Mathematics, Computational Mathematics, North Carolina State University, 2006

MS: Applied Mathematics, North Carolina State University, 2004

BS: Applied Mathematics, North Carolina A&T State University, 2001

BS: Mathematics - Secondary Education, North Carolina A&T State University, 2001


Research Interests

Development and analysis of mathematical models, especially those pertaining to biological applications. Fields of interest include Epidemiology, Pharmacokinetics and Pharmacodynamics.


Recent Publications

Arangala, Crista  Luke, Nicholas  Yokley, Karen  (2018).  Mathematical Modeling: Branching Beyond Calculus.   CRC Press|Taylor & Francis Group.

Cousins-Cooper, Kathy  Nelson, Katrina  Kim, Seongtae  Luke, Nicholas  (2017).  The effect of the math emporium instructional method on students' performance in college algebra.  (1,  5,  pp. 1-13).  European Journal of Science and Mathematics Education.

Cousins-Cooper, Kathy  Nelson, Katrina  Kim, Seongtae  Luke, Nicholas  (2017).  The Effect of the Math Emporium Instructional Method on Students' Performance in College Algebra.  (1,  5,  pp. 1-13).  European Journal of Science and Mathematics Education.

Cousins-Cooper, Kathy  Luke, Nicholas  Redd, Thomas  (2016).  College Algebra & Trigonometry for Engineers and Scientists Workbook.   Pearson.

Cousins-Cooper, Kathy  Luke, Nicholas  Redd, Thomas  (2016).  Fundamentals of Algebra & Trigonometry Workbook.  (3rd,  ).  Pearson.

Smith, Raymond  Archibald, Aleah  MacCarthy, Elijah  Liu, Liping  Luke, Nicholas  (2016).  A Mathematical Investigation of Vaccination Strategies to Prevent a Measles Epidemic.   North Carolina Journal of Mathematics and Statistics.

Yokley, Karen  Luke, Nicholas  Luke, Nicholas  Rouiller, Adrienne  (2015).  Computational Sensitivity Analysis on a Mathematical Model of Epileptic Seizures.  (1,  4,  pp. 18).  Biomath.

Luke, Nicholas  DeVito, Michael  Shah, Imran  El-Masri, Hisham  (2010).  Development of a Quantitative Model of Pregnane X Receptor (PXR) Mediated Xenobiotic Metabolizing Enzyme Induction.  (7,  72,  pp. 1799-1819).  Bulletin of Mathematical Biology.