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Mark Hinders


Research Areas: Nondestructive Evaluation, Medical Imaging, Robotics
Phone: 757-221-1519
Email: [[hinders]]
Webpage: {{http://www.as.wm.edu/Faculty/Hinders.html}}
Office: Integrated Science Center #1281

Videos of Prof. Hinders
Here are links to short videos describing a number of our research projects over the years. The focus of our work is to implement new and better measurements with both novel instrumentation and machine learning that automates the interpretation of the various (and multiple) imaging data streams. Each student’s research typically has application to several seemingly quite different areas, in order to gain meaningful experience in multiple industries. Our graduates have gone on to work in a wide variety of jobs, and many of our current research projects are being done in close collaboration with our former students.
Mark Hinders holds BS, MS and PhD in Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering from Boston University, and is currently Professor of Applied Science at William & Mary. Before coming to Williamsburg in 1993, Professor Hinders was Senior Scientist at Massachusetts Technological Laboratory, Inc., and also Research Assistant Professor at Boston University. Before that Dr. Hinders was an Electromagnetics Research Engineer at the USAF Rome Laboratory located at Hanscom AFB, MA. Professor Hinders conducts research in medical imaging, intelligent robotics, security screening, remote sensing and nondestructive evaluation. He and his students study the interaction of acoustic, ultrasonic, elastic, thermal, electromagnetic and optical waves with materials, tissues and structures.