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Azaree Lintereur

Penn State University


Dr. Azaree Lintereur joined the Nuclear Engineering Department at Penn State University as an Assistant Professor in August 2017 and is developing a radiation detection based research program. Prior to joining Penn State University Dr. Lintereur was at the University of Utah, where she established a radiation detection laboratory. Prior to becoming a faculty member, Dr. Lintereur was a postdoc at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory in the Nuclear Security Directorate working on 3He alternatives for neutron detection, and pulse shape discrimination methods for neutron-gamma ray sensitive materials. Her graduate research was also completed at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, where she was a Next Generation Safeguards Initiative Fellow, and completed both the Intensive Introduction to International Safeguards course and two International Safeguards Summer Sessions. Her research interests include radiation detector development, nondestructive assay techniques, international safeguards, homeland security, and data analysis methods.