About Us

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The Stephen Still Institute for Sustainable Transportation and Logistics Motion Simulation Laboratory (SSISTL MSL) is a state-of-the-art research and training facility with simulation capabilities focused in the transportation arena. 

Lab Overview

This marquee research facility features our SimRING Simulator, anchored by a six degree-of-freedom motion-based driving simulator with a fully-surround field-of-view. The facility can be leveraged for academic research collaborations, industry partnerships, and workforce development.

The Motion Simulation Laboratory offers cost-effective access to:

  • simRING motion based driving simulator
  • Transportation research expertise
  • Infrastructure for ground vehicle applications and research in training, education, transportation safety, human factors, clinical applications, and others

The Motion Simulation Laboratory is available for shared use by:

  • UB students
  • UB faculty
  • Researchers at other academic institutions
  • Government
  • Industry

Services

  • On-site technical support, training & assistance
  • Project consultation
  • Workforce training/education
  • Driver training

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Location & Hours

106 Furnas Hall
University at Buffalo
North Campus
Buffalo, NY  14260

Monday - Friday
9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Meet the Team

Kevin F. Hulme, PhD, CMSP

Director of Operations, Stephen Still Institute for Sustainable Transportation and Logistics; Program Manager, Motion Simulation Laboratory

106 Furnas Hall/204 Ketter Hall

Phone: (716) 645-5573

Email: hulme@buffalo.edu

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Rachel Lim

Staff Assistant

Stephen Still Institute for Sustainable Transportation and Logistics

106 Furnas Hall

Email: rlim2@buffalo.edu

Meredith Finn.

Meredith Finn

Undergraduate Research Assistant

Stephen Still Institute for Sustainable Transportation and Logistics

MSL Alumni / Contributers

Interested in Joining Us?

Email Dr. Kevin Hulme at hulme@buffalo.edu to learn how you can get involved.