Academic degree and name of lecturer

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Marc Gutermann

Field

Structural analysis and experimental statics

Status

Professor and Institute Director

Academic career

Since 06/2007 Professorship Hochschule Bremen 
Doctorate at the TU Dresden 
Studies in civil engineering at the University of Hanover

Memberships in scientific associations

  • VDI Association of German Engineers: Lead of Technical Committee 2.12: ‘Structural Analysis and Monitoring in Structural Engineering’ 

  • DAfStb Member of the working group for the revision of the guideline for load tests

  • Member of the working group 7-4 'Compressive strength of existing masonry' Wissenschaftlich Technische Arbeitsgemeinschaft für Bauwerkserhaltung und Denkmalpflege e.V.

  • Member of the working group WG199 Health Monitoring for Port and Waterway Structures

  • Reviewer / Reviewer Czech Science Foundation

  • Member of Scientific Advisory Board -Conference ‘Structural Faults & Repair’ 

Responsible activities outside teaching

  • Head of the Department of Construction and Environment of the Faculty of Architecture, Construction and Environment (03/16 - 03/20)

  • Head of the Institute for Experimental Statics

  • Member of the Selection Committee for the ‘Deutschlandstipendium’ 

  • Member of the Board of the Bremen Chamber of Engineers (since 2011)

  • Reviewer of the DAAD scholarship programme ‘SPDL South and Southeast Asia’

  • Jury member of Deutscher Stahlbau 2020

  • Jury member of the student competition of the Bremen Chamber of Engineers (since 2015)

  • Conception and application of research and cooperation projects

  • Technology transfer (third-party funded projects) in the field of construction diagnostics

Networks/ cooperation activities/ sponsors

The current state of knowledge in the field of experimental structural safety assessment is the result of many years of cooperation with partners from other research institutions. The application reference was always supported by partners from industry.

On an international level, contacts exist with the universities in Prague (Czech Republic), Delft (Netherlands), Riga (Latvia), Edinburgh (Scotland), Ube (Japan) and Exeter (England).

In 2016, a mobility agreement was concluded with the CTU Prague in the field of ‘Construction and Civil Engineering’ within the ERASMUS+ programme. The contact will be actively maintained.