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清华“最强本科生”揭晓!这位有颜有才的物理系学霸火了

2020-11-20
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又是一年一度“神仙打架”的时刻!

据清华大学新闻网消息,11月12日下午,2020年清华大学特等奖学金(本科生)答辩会在法律图书馆报告厅举行。15位候选人先后分享各自在清华园的成长经历。

图源:清华大学新闻网报道截图

据了解,清华大学特等奖学金于1989年设立,是学校授予在校学生的最高荣誉。今年是特等奖学金评选办法修订后实施的第二年,在以往评选的基础上,学校一方面强调以德为先,引导和培育优良的学风,另一方面也严格评审的流程,充分发挥公示环节的监督作用,希望特等奖学金的获得者,能够充分地体现清华人肩负使命、追求卓越的勇气和担当。

15位候选人完成答辩后,,现场评委投票,选出了前10名↓

图源:“清华大学”微信公众号

Tsinghua University's top 10 excellent undergraduate students were selected with netizens saying they envy their high-quality resumes.

Thisyear's Tsinghua University Special Scholarship (Undergraduate) — the highest honor of the top-notch university — was awarded to 10 students after 15 candidates completed their defenses on Nov 12.


一起来认识下他们~










图源:“清华大学”微信公众号

网友们看完学霸们的履历之后,下方的评论区画风是这样的↓↓↓


其中,网友口中“有颜有才”的学霸是正是来自物理系的陈逸贤。

图源:“清华大学”微信公众号



据介绍,陈逸贤在大一时就确认了天体物理作为自己的研究方向。在大二时,陈逸贤选择了天文系研究生的专题研讨课程。在这门对高年级博士生都充满挑战的课程上,陈逸贤做出了水平在全班数一数二的“磁转动不稳定性”调研与综述报告。在确定了行星科学领域方向后,陈逸贤师从美国艺术与科学院院士、高研院客座教授林潮继续进行探索,被评价为“十余年来在清北指导的最优秀的学生”。


“在未来,我将继续从事天体物理的研究,为拓展人类的知识边界作出自己的贡献”是他结束答辩前立下的目标。



你以为学霸只会学习?错!陈逸贤还是校艺术团合唱队队员、班级文艺委员。


图源:21世纪杯英语演讲

而这枚“文艺学霸”不光物理很厉害,英语也很强,是“21世纪杯”英语演讲比赛的双料冠军!


早在2017年,陈逸贤在杭二中读高三时,他便参加了“21世纪杯”全国中小学生英语演讲比赛,拿到高中组总冠军。两年后,他再次参加21世纪全国英语演讲比赛,拿到了大学组总冠军,并代表中国参加2019国际公众演讲比赛,获得总决赛全球六强。



2017年“21世纪杯”高中组舞台上的陈逸贤


2019年陈逸贤在“21世纪杯”大学组总决赛演讲台上


陈逸贤在2019国际公众演讲比赛的演讲台上

回忆起自己与英语和英语演讲的渊源,陈逸贤分享道:“我的父母都是大学的英语老师,所以从小有一个学习英语的氛围。我小学五年级的时候,我老妈给我拿了一本《哈利波特与凤凰社》串读,每天给我半英半中地读一点,一周读一章。从那时候起我就特别喜欢读原著,初高中的时候也是一周刷三本这种速度不停地看。”陈逸贤还特别喜欢看科幻剧《神秘博士》,新版老版剧集刷了800集。受兴趣驱使,他也在各类论坛上翻译了不少剧集相关的书和字幕。







一起来听陈逸贤在“21世纪杯”大学组总决赛中的夺冠演讲↓↓↓
视频来源:21世纪杯英语演讲






A Glimpse into the Future


Do you know people who post pictures of themselves almost every day? Snap! Look at my new watch. Snap! Westlake in spring. Snap! Here’s me middle of a speech competition. From streets to campuses, people are obsessed with taking photos of themselves. But when photography was first introduced to China in the 19th century, it traumatized a generation. With the drawtube shaped like a cannon, the dazzling firework at exposure, like that, and most horrifying of all, the bizarre feeling of your own face staring back at yourself in a piece of paper. “Witchcraft,” They say. “An evil ritual taking away our spirits!”

As the development of technology moves the wheel of history forward, it was always accompanied by fear. Judging in retrospect from an era of selfie craze, of course we would want to tell those benighted people of the past: Fear not! Your souls won’t be sucked into a camera! This, is exactly what I would like to tell people of the present: Fear not! Because when technology revolutionizes our lives, humanity frames our action.

Look at our world now, the debate between scientists and humanists never seem to set our minds at rest. When scientists are bragging about generalizing 5G6G, the humanists say, you are providing easier ways to infringe on personal privacy; When scientists brag AI as human’s ultimate assistant, the sci-fi writers say, beware that they develop consciousness of their own! Once I, a self-proclaimed physicist, talked to my pals from the school of humanities about teleportation, I said, “Theoretically we can transport anything from here to there instantly by breaking up the stuff here and reconstructing an identical one there.” But I was instantly bombarded with: “Oh, soon you will be transporting people in this way, won’t you? But will one be the same person after teleport? Will my consciousness be instantly terminated upon disintegration here, leaving only a duplicate of me to be reconstructed there?” So innocent bystanders, upon hearing these fantastic debates, panic. Oh no! The geeks are going to read our mails! Robots are going to take over the earth! Teleportation is going to destroy thousands of people every day, leaving a world full of clones!

But none of this is actually going to happen, because humanists are not alarmists and scientists are not geeks. Humanists point out pertinent ethical issues with the hope of correcting them and scientists listen to suggestions rationally to make adjustments as well as amendments. Just like the first pioneer who modified the camera to make it less scary, we can always improve technology with humanitarian and care. We can enhance the security of networks by introducing quantum cryptography. We can put restrictions on AI to prevent rogue elements. As for teleportation, maybe it’s too risky to transport humans, but it can still relieve a considerable burden off Beijing traffic by taking care of the delivery system!

So, taking a glimpse into the future, what exactly do I see? Not the AI-reigned Dystopia where humans are reduced to slaves, not the post-apocalypse desert after a science breakdown, but a future where humanity thrive with technology as instrument of progress, and technology thrive with humanity as its code of conduct. Just like how we mock at the 19th century people for being fearful in front of a camera, our future generations will also be wondering why we had feared some of their daily routines in the first place, as they reach ever higher dimensions and roam across the stars.


陈逸贤此前在接受“21世纪杯”采访时表示,在未来,他希望顺利地从清华毕业,继续攻读博士研究生,将天体物理研究课题和演讲结合起来,做理论物理界最会演讲的,演讲界中物理最好的。


综合来源:“清华大学”微信公众号 “21世纪杯英语演讲比赛”微信公众号 China Daily


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