Eric Weber is an associate professor with UNLV's School of Architecture. He also serves as coordinator of the UNLV Design+Build Studio -- a rigorous, hands-on program that teaches building technology courses and seminars, enabling fourth-year and graduate students to explore conceptual and theoretical genesis for material selection and detailing, furniture design, and temporary installation design/fabrication. .
As a researcher, Weber focuses on architectural design, construction technologies, and interior construction and detailing.
In 2013, he was the faculty advisor for Team Las Vegas, UNLV’s entry in the U.S. Department of Energy's international Solar Decathlon student competition, which finished 2nd overall and as the first-place U.S. team. He will again serve as faculty advisor for UNLV's entry in Solar Decathlon 2020.
Weber's work has been recognized by publications including the International Conference on the Constructed Environment, The International Journal of Architectonic, Spatial, and Environmental Design, and Vegas Magazine.
- M.S., Architecture, Arizona State University
- B.S. Architecture, Arizona State University