Dr.-Ing. Marc Thiele has studied civil engineering at the Technical University of Berlin.

He worked for 3 years as a plant layout engineer at Siemens Power Generation in the field of conventional power plants. He moved to BAM Division – Buildings and Structures to work as a researcher on the topic of fatigue of concrete.

In 2015, he defended his PhD (TU-Berlin) about the damage evolution in concrete under high-cyclic compressive loadings. Since 2016, he is a research associate at BAM Division - Buildings and Structures. There, he is responsible for the topics of structural engineering and also for experimental testing.

Furthermore, he is involved in the tasks of BAM within the approval process for offshore wind farms in the exclusive economic zone (EEZ) in Germany. His research interests are focused on the fatigue behaviour of concrete and steel at material and structural level. Since 2017, he is member of the ECCS - Technical Committee Fatigue and Fracture (TC6).