Math Directory - USU
Luis Gordillo Ph.D.
Mathematics and Statistics
Associate Professor
Contact Information
Office Location: Animal Science (ANSC) 216
DialPhone: (435) 797-0245
SendEmail: luis.gordillo@usu.edu
Educational Background
Biography
I was born in Ecuador. Moved to the US in 1999 to pursue grad studies at Arizona State University. I did a postdoc in Mathbio before moving to University of Puerto Rico in 2007, then moved to Universidad San Francisco de Quito in 2011. Finally, I moved to Utah State in the Fall of 2012.
Research Interests
Awards
Teacher of the Year, 2015
Department of Mathematics and Statistics, Utah State UniversityPublications - Abstracts
Publications - Books & Book Chapters
- Greenwood, P., Gordillo, L.G, (2009). Stochastic epidemic modeling: Mathematical and Statistical Estimation Approaches in Epidemiology. Springer
Book Chapters
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Publications - Fact Sheets
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Publications - Curriculum
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Publications - Journal Articles
- Snyder, K., Kohler, B.R, Gordillo, L.G, (2017). Mass action in two-sex population models: encounters, mating encounters and the associated numerical correction. Letters in Biomathematics, 4:1
- Scott, J., Nischwitz, C., Ramirez, R., Gordillo, L.G, (2017). Managing the spread of alfalfa stem nematode:the relationship between crop rotation periods and pest re-emergence. Natural Resource Modeling
- Ramirez, S., Gordillo, L.G, (2016). Approximating optimal release in a deterministic model for the sterile insect technique. International Journal of Agronomy, 2016
- Duncan, J., Powell, J., Gordillo, L.G, Eason, J., A model for Mountain Pine Beetle outbreaks in age structured forest: predicting severity and outbreak-recovery cycle period. *
- Gordillo, L.G, Modeling ephemeral mating encounters in insects: the emergence of mate-finding Allee effects and applications to theoretical models of sterile release. Theoretical Population Biology
- Denkinger, J., Gordillo, L.G, Urban life of Galapagos sea lions (Zalophus wollebaeki) on San Cristobal Island, Ecuador: threats and population trends. Journal of Sea Research
- Gordillo, L.G, (2014). Pest persistence and eradication conditions in a deterministic model for sterile insect release. Journal of Biological Dynamics
- Gordillo, L.G, (2014). Optimal sterile insect release for area-wide integrated pest management in a density regulated pest population. Mathematical Biosciences and Engineering
- Alpizar, G., Gordillo, L.G, (2013). Disease spread in coupled populations: minimizing response strategies costs in discrete time models. Discrete Dynamics in Nature and Society
- Gordillo, L.G, (2013). Reducing mosquito-borne disease outbreak size: the relative importance of contact and transmissibility in a network model. Applied Mathematical Modelling
- Gordillo, L.G, Kim, Y., (2012). A simulation of the effects of early eradication of nematode infected trees on spread of pine wilt disease.. European Journal of Plant Pathology
- Gordillo, L.G, (2011). The effects of reducing mating likelihood on population viability. Natural Resources Modeling
- Kim, B., Gordillo, L.G, Kim, Y., (2010). A model for the transmission dynamics of Orientia Tsutsugamushi among its natural reservoirs. Journal of Theoretical Biology
- Viteri, D., Gordillo, L.G, (2009). Modeling and control of non-persistent plant viruses transmission for annual production cycles.. European Journal of Plant Pathology
- Gordillo, L.G, Greenwood, P., Martil-Lof, A., Marion, S., (2008). Bimodal epidemic size distributions for near-critical SIR with vaccination. Bulletin of Mathematical Biology
- Gordillo, L.G, Greenwood, P., (2008). The effect of patterns of infectiousness on epidemic size. Mathematical Biosciences and Engineering
- Kuske, R., Gordillo, L.G, Greenwood, P., (2007). Sustained oscillations via coherence resonance in SIR.
- Bustoz, J., Gordillo, L.G, (2005). q-Hausdorff summability. Journal of Computational Analysis and Applications
- Gordillo, L.G, Jordan, S., (2017). Influence of resistant varieties on the speed of propagation of simple epidemics in crops. Applied Mathematics Letters, 68, 129-134.
Academic Journal
Public or Trade Journal
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Publications - Literary Journal
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Publications - MultiMedia
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Publications - Technical Reports
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Publications - Translations & Transcripts
Publications - Other
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