3 National First Prizes and Full Mark for 10 Courses —— Luo Haoyang, Majoring in Electronic Science and Technology at BIT

Some of the familiar professional courses evening taught in Chinese including

Circuit Analysis, Programming Practice, and Algorithm and Data Structure, etc.

are often required much more hard-working.

If you take these courses taught in English and take the exams……

will you obtain full mark?


Look at this amazing school report!

He got full mark for 10 courses and 99 marks or 98 marks for 11 courses!

The owner of this school report above is Luo Haoyang,

a BIT undergraduate in Grade 2017 of

School of Information and Electronics, BIT,

majoring in Electronic Science and Technology (Teaching in English).


Regarding his 84 courses in his 4-year of pursuing bachelor’s degree,

Luo has 36 courses with the score over 95 marks,

62 courses with the score over 90 marks,

and the average score is 93 marks,

ranking the No.1 in his four-year comprehensive professional courses study.

Besides, he has won National Scholarships and first-class scholarships for times,

and acquired the honors of

“Excellent Student Pacemaker” and “Excellent Graduate of Beijing”.


Moreover, Luo has also won the first-prize and Enterprise Special Award of China College IC Competition for two times,

won the first-prize of the National Undergraduate FPGA Innovation Design Competition,

and the second-prize of Mathematical Contest in Modeling.

Exploring actively with dreams

At the beginning of enrollment,

Luo entered the class of Electronic Science and Technology (Teaching in English)

through the second selection.

In the environment of international teaching materials and all English teaching,

he strengthened his English communicative ability,

and quickly obtained the international frontier trends related to the major.

At first, he was also confused by the different learning methods between university and high school.

In the first midterm test of Engineering Mathematical Analysis,

he only got 56 points.

In order to adjust and adapt to the learning rhythm in the university as soon as possible,

he gradually summed up a set of autonomous learning methods.


Luo Haoyang’s notes

Faced with compact courses,

he will make full use of auxiliary resources after class,

such as online MOOC and open learning materials.

When he is not in class,

he will still set himself a set of timetable alarm clocks,

regularly arrange work and rest,

in order to maintain an efficient and long-lasting learning rhythm.

“The most important thing in learning is to find the learning pattern and learning method that suits you, and stick to them”, said Luo.

Having the courage to challenge, and achieving fruitful results

Luo Haoyang’s achievements in academic competitions are also remarkable.

In his opinion, competition and course learning promote each other.

Solid academic knowledge lays the foundation for competition,

while competition improves his practical ability and points out the direction for future research and practical application.

From the beginning of his admission,

Luo began to plan the competition in order to lay the foundation for future research.

In his freshman and sophomore year, he participated in many competitions, training and club activities,

and also won many excellent achievements in subject competitions.

He made his debut in the Beijing Integrated Circuit Design Competition,

BIT Program Design Competition for Freshman, and BIT Electronic Design Competition, and all won the first prize.


Later, in order to challenge himself and test his practical ability,

he took part in two consecutive China College IC Competition,

competing with master’s and doctoral students.

In the competition,

he was responsible for the design and implementation of the circuit and the system-on-chip,

and built a complete hardware-accelerated license plate recognition system and network transmission identity recognition system.

Confronted with the different questions of the two competitions,

he all won the first place.

In addition, he also won the first-prize of the 3rd National Undergraduate FPGA Innovation Design Competition, HM Award of Mathematical Contest in Modeling, and so on.

“The content learned in the competition laid a solid foundation for future scientific research”, said Luo.

Behind the series of shining achievements is full of hard-working and sweat.

In order to participate in the competition, Luo Haoyang once went back and forth between Liangxiang Campus and Zhongguancun Campus in the middle of the night.

When the COVID-19 is serious,

only online remote interaction could be replied to prepare for the competitions.

He and his teammates were still optimizing the program

until the day before the competitions,

and the excellent results gave them the greatest encouragement.

Pursuing common progress with solidarity and friendship

Luo not only strives for self-improvement,

but also attaches great importance to the communication with his classmates.

There is a small room in the science teaching building of Liangxiang Campus,

which is the “secret base” for his class.

They often study together here, do homework and discuss learning problems together.


Luo Haoyang shared his learning experience in WeChat official account of his class

As the Study Commissioner,

Luo also carries out lectures with his classmates at the end of the semester,

forming a good learning atmosphere.

In such a warm environment,

students promote each other and make progress together.

Out of the class,

Luo also serves as the “Moral Education Teacher” of his School,

sharing the experience of university life and science innovation competitions for the freshmen, and becoming a considerate “little teacher”.

“Through experience sharing, I hope to help students understand the ways to participate in science and technology innovation, find areas of interest, efficiently obtain network information, and participate in various practical activities”, Luo said.

Furthermore, Luo Haoyang is also the backbone of Hongyu News Agency of the School,

organizing members to learn image processing and video production,

producing a large number of posters and videos for the School,

and creating a good activity atmosphere.


“In the field of information,

I choose to start from Microelectronics

because of my strong interest in promoting the development of computing power.”

Luo explained.

With his choice of future research direction

and his heart of exploring a new research direction,

he chose to continue to study for a doctor’s degree.

Summing up his four years in BIT,

Luo said that his various experiences and knowledge gained

have become a kind of important “information”, which enables him

to make the right decisions in the future.


Finally, Luo Haoyang sent a message to the younger students:

“I hope everyone can find their own direction,

adapt to their own direction,

and finally fall in love with their own direction.”


Luo Haoyang, Grade 2017, graduated from School of Information and Electronics, BIT, majoring in Electronic Science and Technology (Teaching in English).

Luo has once been awarded “Beijing Excellent Graduate” and “BIT Excellent Student Model”, and has won the first-prize of BIT Program Design Competition for Freshman, the first-prize of Beijing Integrated Circuit Design Competition, HM Award of Mathematical Contest in Modeling, Special Award of the 3rd China College IC Competition, the first-prize of the 3rd National Undergraduate FPGA Innovation Design Competition, Special Award of the 4th China College IC Competition, and so on.