Claudiu Leverenz graduated in computer science and business at the Technical University of Munich in Germany with studies in the US and Australia.
In 2018 he founded munevo, an assistive technology company that uses smart glasses to enable more independent mobility and living. People that have different diseases (ALS, multiple sclerosis, muscular dystrophy, etc.) or had accidents (spinal cord injuries) might not be able to move or are limited in their legs and hands. Therefore, they need a special steering solution. With munevo DRIVE they can now steer their wheelchair just by using their head movements. The solution has evolved ever since to connect and control your phone, computer, robot arms and the home environment, making it an everyday life assistant.
2017 he has been nominated on Forbes „30 under 30 Europe“ list in the category Science & Healthcare. Since 2018 he joined the Global Shapers Munich, an initiative by the World Economic Forum, to support local social projects. He was invited to speak about Disability and Inclusion at the WEF Annual Meeting in Davos 2020 and elected on the board of the hopelovescompany, an NGO to support children of parents with ALS.