Transportation Systems Engineering
Stephen E. Still is a professor of practice with UB’s Institute of Sustainable Transportation and Logistics, jointly sponsored by the School of Engineering and Applied Science and the School of Management. He teaches courses in applied transportation planning and technology, and serves as a student advisor.
He was the founder and managing director of Seabury Airline Planning Group, LLC, as well as Diio, LLC. These firms concentrated on consulting and IT for the aviation industry. He has over 30 years experience in consulting and management of transportation systems. Steve was director of corporate planning with US Airways, Inc. responsible for development of strategic initiatives for routes, fleets and alliances. Prior to US Airways, Steve was manager of domestic planning at United Airlines, Inc. where he was responsible for developing United’s long-range network and fleet plans.
He holds a PhD in Civil Engineering and Operations Research from Princeton University with a specialty in transportation systems and economics. He earned a BS in engineering from UB, magna cum laude, with a concentration in transportation planning. He has also completed courses in advanced demand modeling at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.