Anagha Iyengar holds a B.S. in Nuclear Engineering from UC Berkeley and a M.S. in Nuclear Engineering from the University of Tennessee. During her M.S. work, she worked as a part of the Nuclear Materials Detection and Characterization group at ORNL on the topic “Systematic Measurement of Fast Neutron Background Fluctuations in an Urban Area Using a Mobile Detection System.” After her M.S. work, she started work for DOE NA-24 International Safeguards. She has now returned to UTK and ORNL to complete her PhD as a NNIS Fellow. She is performing research on a NNSA program called “Detection of Fuel Pin Diversion via Fast Neutron Emission Tomography,” co-mentored by Paul Hausladen.