Born 1965 in Lahr in the Black Forest/Germany.
Hanno Weber studied engineering at the Technische Universität Berlin from 1987 to 1993. He wrote his diploma thesis at the University of Michigan in the USA on tolerance analysis for car body manufacturing at General Motors, Detroit.
After his return to Berlin, Hanno Weber did his doctorate with Prof. Spur at the Institute of Machine Tools and Factory Management about model-based development methods for complex systems. Together with a national pool of universities and industrial companies, he developed new methods and tools for system design.
After his doctorate, Hanno Weber worked as a corporate consultant for Management Engineers in Düsseldorf/Germany for numerous clients on the subject of product development and innovation.
Since 2001, he has been teaching at the Hochschule Pforzheim in the subject of Entwurf komplexer Systeme (design of complex systems), among others. At the Hochschule Pforzheim he is currently establishing a new field of research called Whole-System-Design for Sustainability. Since 2004, he has been the dean of the faculty of technology.
During his fellowship in form of a sabbatical at the Akademie Schloss Solitude, Hanno Weber will work on a book project on the topic of system development.