Nicholas S. Luke

TitleAssociate Professor

DepartmentMathematics

Phone336-285-3520

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 , 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

Cousins-Cooper,  Kathy  Clemence,  Dominic  Redd,  Thomas  Luke,  Nicholas  Kim,  Seongtae  ( 2019).  Math Emporium Instructional Course Design: Algebra Course Evolution at an HBCU.  In Zakiya S. Wilson-Kennedy, Goldie S. Byrd, Eugene Kennedy, Henry T. Frierson ,  Broadening Participation in STEM: Effective Methods, Practices, and Programs  ( 22,  pp. 237-263).

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.

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.

Luke,  Nicholas  DeVito,  Michael  Portier,  Christopher  El-Masri,  Hisham  ( 2010).  Employing a Mechanistic Model for the MAPK Pathway to Examine the Impact of Cellular All or None Behavior on Overall Tissue Response.  ( 3,  8,  pp. 347-367).   Dose Response.

Luke,  Nicholas  Sams II,  Reeder  DeVito,  Michael  Conolly,  Rory  El-Masri,  Hisham  ( 2010).  Development of a Quantitative Model Incorporating Key Events in a Hepatotoxic Mode of Action to Predict Tumor Incidence.  ( 1,  115,  pp. 253-266).   Toxicological Sciences.

Banks,  Harvey  Luke,  Nicholas  Samuels,  Johnny  ( 2007).  Viscoelasticity in Polymers: Phenomenological to Molecular Mathematical Modeling.  ( 4,  23,  pp. 817-831).   Numerical Methods for Partial Differential Equations.

Banks,  H  Furati,  K  Ito,  K  Luke,  Nicholas  Smith,  Cassie  ( 2003).  Acoustic Attenuation Employing Variable Wall Admittance.  In Anders Rantzer, Christopher I. Byrnes,  Directions in Mathematical Systems Theory and Optimization    Springer, Berlin.