Hannah Seibel, Student Assistant

Hannah Seibel

Hannah Seibel supports the Borderstep team as a student assistant in the area of Digitisation & GreenIT.

Hannah is currently completing a master’s degree in Environmental Science and Technology at Technische Universität Berlin. Thematically, she is focusing on environmental process engineering, life cycle analysis and urban water management. Previously, Hannah completed a bachelor’s degree of the same name at the TU Berlin. Her studies focused on life cycle assessment, circular economy and environmental process engineering. Along the way, she was able to gain professional experience in the geothermal energy industry.

Since digitisation has become an integral part of today’s society, Hannah Seibel is very interested in it. Particularly with regard to sustainability, she would like to get involved in order to exploit possible potential and make the industry more environmentally friendly in the future. In the CO 2030 project, Hannah provides support in the areas of waste heat utilization, storage technologies and life cycle analysis.

In her free time, Hannah enjoys doing things in nature and is passionate about many types of outdoor sports, favorites include hiking and skiing/snowboarding.


Hannah Seibel
  • Student Assistant

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