Megan Culler

Power Engineer and Researcher

Infrastructure Security group at Idaho National Laboratory

Megan Culler is a power engineer and researcher in the Infrastructure Security group at Idaho National Laboratory. Her work focuses on risk and resilience for power systems, with a concentration on cybersecurity and energy security needed for grid modernization challenges, which includes the increased penetration of renewable energy and inverter based resources, transmission congestion and queuing delays, and increased digitization. Culler’s key contributions to these projects include modeling and simulation, risk analysis, training development, system design, and red-team analysis. She earned a B.S. in electrical engineering from Texas A&M, with a concentration in power systems, and minors in cybersecurity and computer science. She earned a M.S. in electrical engineering from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, with dual concentrations in power systems and cybersecurity. Culler’s work has been shared through peer-reviewed publications, invited presentations, conferences, panels, and more