Professor of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering, University of Minnesota - Duluth, Duluth (August 2013-Present)
Associate Professor of Mechanical and Nuclear Engineering, Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond (August 2010-2013)
Research Professor of Coatings and Polymeric Materials, North Dakota State University, Fargo (August 2003-August 2010)
Lecturer in Physics, North Dakota State University, Fargo (August 2000-August 2001)
Graduate Research Assistant, University of Virginia (August 1995-July 2000)
Nuclear Engineer, Knolls Atomic Power Laboratory (August 1988-1995)
Medina, H. and B. Hinderliter (2012). "Use of poly (methyl methacrylate) in the study of fracture of randomly damaged surfaces: I. Experimental approach." Polymer53(20): 4525-4532.
Hinderliter, B. (2011). "Response of Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy to Evolving Coating Systems". ECS Annual Meeting, Boston, MA.
Yan, M., V. Gelling, B. Hinderliter, D. Battocchi, D. Tallman, G. Bierwagen. (2010). "SVET method for characterizing anti-corrosion performance of metal-rich coatings." Corrosion Science52(8): 2636-2642.
Sapper, E. and B. Hinderliter (2012). "Computational tools and approaches for design and control of coating and composite color, appearance, and electromagnetic signature." Coatings.
B. Hinderliter, V. Bonitz, G. Bierwagen & S. Croll, (2008), Service Life Prediction for Polymeric Materials: Global Perspectives, Springer Science, Chapter Comparing Transport Properties of Coatings Using High Throughput Methods, pp. 405.
Hinderliter, B.; Croll, S.; Tallman, D.; Su, Q. & Bierwagen, G. (2006), 'Interpretation of EIS data from accelerated exposure of coated metals based on modeling of coating physical properties', Electrochim Acta 51(21), 4505--4515.
Hinderliter, B. & Johnson, W. (2002), 'Numerical method for the evolution of multi-phase systems with non-equilibrium, stressed planar interfaces', Mater Sci Eng B Solid State Adv Technol 88(1), 1--8.
Hinderliter, B. R.; Croll, S. G., Simulation of transient electrochemical impedance spectroscopy due to water uptake or oxide growth. Electrochimica Acta 2009, 54, (23), 9p.
Teng, C.-L.; Hinderliter, B. & Bryant, R. (2006), 'Oxygen accessibility to ribonuclease A: Quantitative interpretation of nuclear spin relaxation induced by a freely diffusing paramagnet', J Phys Chem A 110(2), 580--588.
Local Health Physics Society President displaying radiation detection (GM counters) to middle and high school student groups, including supporting Virginia State University educational program for local Norfolk, VA students
American Nuclear Society-6 Subcommittee, "Radiation Protection and Shielding"
220th Electrochemical Society Meeting, October 9-14, 2011, Co-organizer of Symposium Topic Corrosion on Land, Sea, and Air, D. Shifler, Z.P. Aguilar, B. Hinderliter, and F.J. Martin
Directed the SURE (Summer Undergraduate Research Experience) program for 2 years at NDSU, funded by industrial support by the Paint and Coating industry. We support 5 to 10 sophomores and juniors from other institutions during a 10 week research experience.
Undergraduate research director or assisted in the research direction Erin Saville, Grant Striemer, and Chavanin Siripirom at NDSU; and three undergraduate research students Viatcheslav Orlov, David Cooke and David Roberts at VCU, the last traveling to IIT-Kharagpur, India as part of an international collaboration.
Collaborations and Other Affiliations
Ph.D Graduate Advisor: William C. Johnson, Chair of the Department of Materials Science & Engineering, University of Virginia
Thesis Advisor for: Yan Fang (VCU, 2011, M.S.), Erik Sapper (NDSU, 8/2013, Ph.D.), Jason (Qiang) Wang (VCU, 2012, M.S.), Hector Medina (VCU, 2012, M.S.), Postdoctoral Scholar (Dr. Sveta)
Present: Hector Medina (VCU, Ph.D.), Rawan Al Nsou r(VCU, Ph.D.)