Dr. C. Reagan Kinser
Assistant Professor of Engineering Email
Direct Office Phone: 423-775-7366
Field of Study: Engineering & Technology
Office: Engineering (Vogel School of Engineering)
- Ph.D., Materials Science and Engineering, Northwestern University, 2005
- B.S., Materials Science and Engineering, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, 1998
Dr. Reagan Kinser is an Assistant Professor of Engineering at the Bryan College Vogel School of Engineering, where he teaches undergraduate general engineering and mechanical engineering courses. He holds a Ph.D. in Materials Science and Engineering from Northwestern University. Prior to joining Bryan College, he spent 20 years in the automotive and oil and gas industries with various roles in engineering, quality, and operations management. He is married, has two sons, and enjoys teaching and spending time with his family.
Publications, Research, & Editing
- Schmitz, M. J.; Kinser, C. R.; Cortes, N. E.; Hersam, M. C. Ambient AFM Nanoscale Oxidation of Hydrogen-Passivated Silicon with Conductive-Diamond-Coated Probes. Small 2007, 3, 2053- 2056.
- Kinser, C. R. Statistical Process Control and Process Validation in Gas Carburizing of Gears. Proceedings of the 24 th ASM Heat Treating Society Conference 2007, 249-253.
- Kinser, C. R.; Schmitz, M. J.; Hersam, M. C. Kinetics and Mechanism of Atomic Force Microscope Local Oxidation on Hydrogen-Passivated Silicon in Inert Organic Solvents. Adv. Mater. 2006, 18, 1377-1380.
- Basu, R.; Kinser, C. R.; Tovar, J. D.; Hersam, M. C. Bromine Functionalized Molecular Adlayers on Hydrogen Passivated Silicon Surfaces. Chem. Phys. 2006, 326, 144-150.
- Kinser, C. R.; Schmitz, M. J.; Hersam M. C. Conductive Atomic Force Microscope Nanopatterning of Hydrogen-Passivated Silicon in Inert Organic Solvents. Nano Lett. 2005, 5, 91-95.
Conference & Workshop Presentations
- “Preventive and Predictive Maintenance in Seamless Pipe Manufacturing,” U.S.-Russia Chamber of Commerce 3 rd Technology and Innovation Conference, Houston, TX, November 2019.
- “Statistical Process Control and Process Validation in Gas Carburizing of Gears,” 24 th ASM Heat Treating Society Conference, Detroit, Michigan, September 2007.