Physics Laboratory Technician


You carry out experiments in collaboration with other experts and help to build prototypes. Testing and measuring materials and systems is also one of your tasks. You will be involved in dealing with orders or projects and creating technical documents.

What do you learn with us as a physics laboratory technician?

Your training will involve getting to know how we operate by spending time in various different departments. You will gain an insight into the entire material flow and watch how our devices are transformed from an individual component into a finished product.

In your working environment you will encounter the most modern and highly sensitive measuring instruments from a wide range of fields. In order to use these appropriately, you will learn their functions and operation in detail.

With us you have the choice to decide from the following focal points for your training:

  • Optical system
  • Thermometry
  • Microscopy
  • Electronics
  • Sensor technology
  • Instrumental analytics
  • Technical image analysis
  • Micro- and nanotechnology


Typical work


  • Physical measurements
  • Test series with materials and systems
  • Create and document evaluations




  • Upper secondary school level A (or B with a high grade point average)
  • Good performance in mathematical subjects, physics & English
  • Logical thinking
  • Concentration & Endurance
  • Technical and scientific understanding
  • Exact and independent way of working


Training duration

The professional basic training for logistics takes three years.

Your training program will be adapted over the three years in line with your school timetable so that you are able to combine the theoretical and practical elements of the course At the end of your studies, you will be in an ideal position to successfully enter the job market thanks to the skills you have learned as part of your training.

Are you interested in taking part in a trial course?

Then I look forward to receiving your application documents - you can find out what they are here:

We look forward to hearing from you!