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02.09.2011

Mechatronics at the neutron source

Josef Waronitza has finished his apprenticeship in mechatronics at the FRM II with an excellent grade. He is one of the best in his school in Munich.

SANS SANS Josef Waronitza also worked at the scientific instruments of the neutron source, for example the small angle scattering instrument SANS-1. (Photos: Wenzel Schürmann / TUM)
Josef Waronitza also worked at the scientific instruments of the neutron source, for example the small angle scattering instrument SANS-1. (Photos: Wenzel Schürmann / TUM)

His grade at school was 1,17. Having finished the final exam with the best possible grade, too, Josef Waronitza was honoured as one of the best apprentices of the Technische Universitaet Muenchen.

Josef Waronitza will continue to work for the FRM II at the technical services team and study further along the way to become a technician.

Josef Waronitza Josef Waronitza


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