National Physical Laboratory

Lucy Culleton


Lucy Culleton

Lucy Culleton is a Higher Research Scientist in the Gas and Particle Metrology Group, working on the high accuracy preparation and analysis of gas mixtures. She specialises in energy gases, working with mixtures such as natural gas, sulphur odorants, refinery gas and liquefied hydrocarbon mixtures. She also undertakes work in ethanol analysis, underpinning the UK's breath alcohol measurements.


Lucy obtained her BSc in Physics in 2010 from the University of Leeds, with final year specialisation in quantum mechanics, high energy astrophysics and chaos theory. In 2011 she obtained a first class Masters degree in Energy and Environment, also from the University of Leeds. Her research project involved developing a novel synthesis methodology for the production of silver oxide nanocrystals for use in solar cell applications.

She is an associate member of the Institute of Physics.

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Tel: 020 8943 6668

Last Updated: 14 Jul 2015
Created: 21 Mar 2012


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