主讲教师：金晓峰 人气：1171 更新时间: 2016年11月23日
“What is the value of scientific research? Everybody knows that in our days more than ever before a man or a woman who wishes to make a genuine contribution to the advancement of science has to specialize, … Being engaged in such a specialized activity one naturally at times stops to think what it is good for. Has the promotion of knowledge within a narrow domain any value in itself ?” Starting from these questions raised by Schrodinger 65 years ago, I will elaborate in this talk my vision and perspective about the relationship between science and humanities (人文学科), and try to convince the audience that we scientists should and can gain various inspirations from the humanities.
Prof. Xiaofeng Jin received B.S. and Ph.D degrees in physics from Fudan University in 1983 and 1989, respectively. He stayed at Fudan University as a lecturer in 1989 and now is a XieXide Chair Professor of Physics. During 1994-2003, he had been a visiting or distinguished visiting scholar to several leading research institutions in Sweden, the United States, Germany, Hong Kong, and Japan. He has worked on ultra-thin film magnetism, surface and interface of semiconductors and metals, and application of Synchrotron radiation, published over 100 technical articles in peer-reviewed journals, given more than 50 invited presentations at international conferences. Prof. Jin is particularly known for his conceptual clarity in lecturing. He has won the National Outstanding Youth Science Foundation, Outstanding Shop Note Award of Journal of Vacuum Science and Technology, Outstanding Young Scholar Award, Yangtze River Scholars Award, and HuGangfu Prize in Physics. He is currently the Chair of IUPAP Magnetism commission (C9).