Responsable de l’Architecture et de l’Innovation du PLM
Henrik Weimer (born 1971) studied Computer Science and Electrical Engineering at the Technical University of Kaiserslautern, Germany. After graduating, he pursued a career in academic research at Rice University in Houston, Texas. His work there was related to the efficient modeling of shapes, with application projects in the biomedical industry and geophysical exploration.
After graduating with a Ph.D. in Computer Science from Rice University, he joined the IT for Engineering group at Daimler AG with a focus on Knowledge-Based Engineering and Design. Henrik joined Airbus in 2002 and pursued various roles of growing responsibility in Customer Services, Engineering Process Methods and Tools, and Aircraft Program Management.
He currently serves as Airbus’ Senior Manager for PLM Architecture, Innovation and Plan. His responsibilities cover the architecture and integration of Airbus’ End-to-End PLM capabilities, demand management and business planning for PLM, as well as innovation and related research and technology development. As a strong supporter of industrial cooperation, Henrik co-founded the Aerospace & Defense PLM Action Group (www.ad-pag.com), and serves on the Industrial Advisory Board of the German Scientific Society for Product Development (www.WiGeP.de).
Henrik is a member of the board of the prostep ivip Association (www.prostep.org) since April 2018. He is married with three children, and lives in Toulouse, France.