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【走进名校】当PFLS遇见Stanford
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日期:2014年03月20日
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校友为你带来不同文化,分享不同经历,带来不同见解。为你展示名校的不同侧面,带你展望一个充满可能的未来。

主讲人:校友郑士杰&斯坦福外籍校友

时间:3月26日18:30

地点:一号楼五楼会议室

 

 

 

Daniel Joel Bankman:

“I am from a small city called Columbia, Maryland, about a 45 minute drive from Washington, D.C. I am 24 years old and my whole life I have been a student. In 2012, I graduated from MIT with the S.B. degree in electrical engineering. Studying at MIT required persistence – it was not always easy, but it was an incredibly satisfying journey. I am currently working towards the Ph.D. degree in electrical engineering at Stanford University. I study electronic circuits, and their application to solving problems in our everyday lives. I always like to use the language of mathematics to analyze and design physical systems – my mathematical tools make me confident that my engineering decisions are the correct ones. In the next five years, I plan to finish the Ph.D. degree and begin my career as a circuit designer in the industry. I am excited to learn about China during my stay here, and to become a part of a culture that is brand new to me. To any students who are interested in studying abroad, my advice is to follow your curiosity and attend the university that offers you the most fascinating curriculum, no matter where in the world it is. In my experience, the best studying happens when I really want to know the answers.”

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Brian Thomas Chung:

“I am from a rural farm community in the state of Michigan.  Growing up, I did not believe I would have the opportunity to travel very far from my small and indolent hometown. When I went to the University of Michigan - Ann Arbor to study engineering and physics, I found internships to work and study in California and Germany.  Now in Shanghai, I am excited to learn as much as I can about Chinese culture.  If you want to travel and see the world, look for opportunities that match what you're interested in and passionate about.  Connecting with others that have similar interests to you can help pave the way for a lot of possibilities and make your experiences even better.”

 

 

 

Kevin Jie Zheng (郑士杰, 初中05年毕业):

 

“I am a proud PFLS’er. Looking back, the influence PFLS had on me was extremely important. We all should feel lucky and embrace the privilege of being associated with such a great school. PFLS has prepared me to thrive both academically and socially during my 9 years in the U.S. With your backgrounds and education, you should all be confident and willing to accept any challenge ahead. I am very excited to share with you my past, present and future, and hopefully can answer your questions and help you make decisions regarding your own future and success.”