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Alexander Lenz (front), apprentice for IT software and instructor Jens Krueger at the instrument RESEDA. (Photo: Wenzel Schürmann / TUM)
Alexander Lenz had developed programmes for the x-ray laboratory and software for the steering of the engine at instruments. He heads for a job with a software company in Freising.
Christoph Kick will go on at an upper vocational school. He had supported the IT services when supporting the staff of the neutron source. His goal is to study informatics at the Technische Universität München.
Instructor Jens Krüger praises the two apprentices for their excellent grades and wishes them all the best for their career.
Dipl. Phys. Jens Krüger