Meet the Director

Panagiotis Anastasopoulos.

Panagiotis Ch. Anastasopoulos

Associate Professor and Stephen E. Still Chair of Transportation Engineering
Director, Stephen Still Institute for Sustainable Transportation & Logistics
Director, Engineering Statistics & Econometrics Application Research Lab
Department of Civil, Structural and Environmental Engineering

About Panos

Panos received his bachelor's degree from the Athens University of Economics and Business, and his master's and doctorate from Purdue University. His research interests include statistical and econometric modeling of engineering problems, transportation safety, integration of human behavior with flying cars and autonomous/connected vehicle technologies, planning for flying cars, urban air mobility, infrastructure systems, crisis management, transportation economics, and travel behavior. In these areas, he has authored or co-authored over 160 papers, book chapters, and reports, and one book: Statistical and Econometric Methods for Transportation Data Analysis.

He is Associate Editor and Founding Editorial Board Member of Elsevier Science’s journal Analytic Methods in Accident Research (ranked #1 journal in both Safety Research and Transportation subject areas per its current Scopus CiteScore), Associate Editor of the ASCE Journal of Infrastructure Systems and of the journal Frontiers in Built Environment, Transportation and Transit Systems (Nature Publishing Group, NPG), Advisory Editor of the International Journal of Critical Illness and Injury Science, and Editorial Board Member of Elsevier Science’s journal Accident Analysis and Prevention.

He is also the Chair of the Transportation Research Board AED60 (formerly ABJ80) Statistical Methods Committee, and Vice Chair of the ASCE T&DI Transportation Economics and Finance Committee. He has recently been identified in the 2019 Highly Cited Researchers list from the Web of Science Group, for his work during the last decade, which has produced multiple highly cited papers defined as those ranking in the top 1% by citations for a publication field and year.