Dr. Guillermo Marcillo

Assistant Professor of Agricultural Statistics

Office: Happy State Bank Academic and Research Building, Room 335
Phone: 806-651-2566

Professional Profile

Dr. Marcillo joined the Department of Agricultural Sciences in 2021. He received a B.S. in Agricultural Engineering from the Army Polytechnic University (Quito, Ecuador, 2004), a M.Sc. in Agricultural Economics/Statistics from New Mexico State University (2009) and a Ph.D. Crop Physiology and Production from Iowa State University (2018) in 2018.

Teaching and Related Service

Dr. Marcillo teaches Agricultural Statistics (AGRI 3318), Agricultural Statistical Analysis I (AGRI 6316), and Agricultural Statistical Analysis II (AGRI 7316). Dr. Marcillo serves as consultant and advisor in Statistics and Data Analysis for the Department of Agricultural Sciences. He has served as reviewer for Agronomy journal, Agricultural Systems, The Journal of Soil Water and Conservation, Phytobiomes, and Plant Breeding. 

Dr. Marcillo is a contributing member for the Biometry and Statistical Computing Community in the American Society of Agronomy (ASA), and is a member of the Crop Science Society of America (CSSA) and the Soil Science Society of America (SSSA).

Research and Creative Activity

Dr. Marcillo’s research harnesses statistical modeling, computer simulations, and Big Data Analytics, to facilitate decision-making in different areas of agricultural impact, such as ecosystem services provision of regenerative practices, crop responses to drought stress, and digital technology adoption in the crop and cattle industries.

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