Ivana Stojnic

Head Organizer

Ivana Stojnić


Contact info:
Mobile: +381 62 267 577
Email: ivana.stojnic@eestec.etf.rs

Anja Majstorovic

Logistics Responsible

Anja Majstorović


Contact info:
Mobile: +381 64 33 73 433
Email: anja.majstorovic@eestec.etf.rs

Olja Majstorovic

Contact Person

Olja Majstorović


Contact info:
Mobile: +381 64 13 12 514
Email: olja.majstorovic@eestec.etf.rs

Nikola Bokan

FR Responsible

Nikola Bokan


Contact info:
Mobile: +381 63 14 54 484
Email: nikola.bokan@eestec.etf.rs

Jelisaveta Markovic

PR Responsible

Jelisaveta Marković


Contact info:
Mobile: +381 64 32 24 655
Email: jelisaveta.markovic@eestec.etf.rs

Isidora Todosic

Publications Coordinator

Isidora Todosić


Contact info:
Mobile: +381 62 650 458
Email: isidora.todosic@eestec.etf.rs

Aleksandar Crepuljarevic

IT Responsible

Aleksandar Crepuljarević


Contact info:
Mobile: +381 62 487 989
Email: aleksandar.crepuljarevic@eestec.etf.rs
Miloš Savićević

Miloš Savićević

Miloš Mandić

Miloš Mandić

Bojana Vukosavljević

Bojana Vukosavljević

Marko Bjelić

Marko Bjelić

Jovan Strugar

Jovan Strugar

Jelena Mojašević

Jelena Mojašević

Saša Vuković

Saša Vuković

Biljana Vukosavljević

Biljana Vukosavljević

Janko Sokolović

Janko Sokolović

Marko Lazić

Marko Lazić

Tihomir Jovanić

Tihomir Jovanić

Stefan Borovac

Stefan Borovac

Dušan Savić

Dušan Savić

Vukica Jekić

Vukica Jekić

Nemanja Žišković

Nemanja Žišković

Violeta Jekić

Violeta Jekić

Darija Dašić

Darija Dašić

Tijana Petrović

Tijana Petrović

Veljko Tasić

Veljko Tasić

Miloš Ergić

Miloš Ergić

Miloš Viktorović

Miloš Viktorović

Miloš Mladenović

Miloš Mladenović

Milica Stupar

Milica Stupar

Sibin Grašić

Sibin Grašić

Uroš Uljarević

Uroš Uljarević

Nemanja Pantin

Nemanja Pantin

Nataša Marinković

Nataša Marinković

Milica Stanković

Milica Stanković

Milena Lukić

Milena Lukić

Marko Milivojčević

Marko Milivojčević

Milan Jocevski

Milan Jocevski

Jelena Kurbalija

Jelena Kurbalija

Jana Đokić

Jana Đokić

Igor Levaja

Igor Levaja

Đorđe Kovačević

Đorđe Kovačević

Miloš Denić

Miloš Denić

Bojana Milošević

Bojana Milošević

Anita Jović

Anita Jović

Ana Petrović

Ana Petrović

Strahinja Jović

Strahinja Jović


Boris Musić
Boris Musić
LC East Sarajevo
Ioana Verde
Ioana Verde
LC Bucharest
Zrinka Gavran
Zrinka Gavran
LC Zagreb
Marcus Pforte
Marcus Pforte
LC Munich
 
Naida Zekić
Naida Zekić
LC Sarajevo
Jyrki Luukko
Jyrki Luukko
LC Helsinki
Damien Gasnier
Damien Gasnier
JLC Lille
Vladimir Bojchev
Vladimir Bojchev
LC Skopje
 
Dženana Karahodžić
Dženana Karahodžić
LC Tuzla
Matic Jesenovec
Matic Jesenovec
LC Ljubljana
Burcu Cesur
Burcu Cesur
LC Istanbul
Bartosz Kawlatow
Bartosz Kawlatow
JLC Gliwice
 
Ilias-Stylianos Karabasis
Ilias-Stylianos Karabasis
LC Athens
Milan Susnjar
Milan Susnjar
LC Banja Luka
Monika Vujica
Monika Vujica
LC Zagreb
Tea Rakić
Tea Rakić
LC Tuzla
 
Mariusz Niewczas
Mariusz Niewczas
LC Krakow
Nikos Parasyris
Nikos Parasyris
LC Athens
Uroš Zupan
Uroš Zupan
LC Ljubljana
Marek Bomastyk
Marek Bomastyk
JLC Gliwice
 


Partners of the Event

 

Annual Partners

           
Buck   Telekom Nordeus
Nestle Orao Rauch   Teletrader Coca Cola
CET Pekara Toma Carnex   Lutija Srbije
Golub Valjevska Pivara Zlatiborac      
Nectar Avaco Bambi    


Local Committee



EESTEC Local Committee Belgrade was founded in the year 2000 and is proud to say that during these 11 years it gave many Electrical Engineering students a chance to see the Europe, learn about other cultures and work on their personal and professional improvement.


Soft Skills Academy - Promotions     Motivational Weekend - Banja Vrujici     Soft Skills Academy - Participants


With more than 250 members LC Belgrade is one of the best organized local committees. In past ten years students of our school have been creating this image with utmost care. Though at the moment many of them are employed people and are connected to EESTEC through Alumni section, we can still count on their advice and references.


Lead the Way - After Tram Party     Lead the Way - Closing Ceremony     GToc


The projects our LC organizes are various: apart from workshops and exchanges where we host our colleagues from all over Europe, we also take care of our own members on IT contests, seminars, motivational weekends and other kinds of gatherings which purpose is to strengthen famous EESTEC spirit.


Freeze the Time - The EE ball     Freeze the Time - Velika Plana     Freeze the Time - KST Costume Party


Our latest projects:

  • Lead the Way, March 2011. This international workshop was based on developing personal skills and leadership abilities of young people. 30 participants from twelve different countries had the chance to visit Serbia and to explore Kopaonik, the biggest ski resort in Serbia. The prime aim of this event was to prepare young people with necessary skills and knowledge in order to improve themselves, to create successful business plans and start up their own business.
  • Soft Skills Academy, April 2011. This is the second such project our LC has ever organized. Out of more than 800 applicants, 50 students from Belgrade were chosen to participate in this event, which aims to help them improve their personal and professional skills that can give them an advantage in pursuing a successfull career.
  • 1st Grant Team Operational Conference - GToc, August 2011. This International Event was the first official event of EESTEC Grant Team (GT) that became an official EESTEC Body during last EESTEC Congress in Craiova. During this event, participants were introduced to the actions of the Grant Team, the various grants EESTEC can benefit from and the more technical details of these grants.
  • JobFair11-Create Your Own Future, November 2011. For the 7th time, this big project was organized together with the partner student organization BEST (Board of European Students of Technology). This year the fair of jobs for students and graduates of engineering and technology was supported by Ministry of Youth and Sport of the Republic of Serbia. ''JobFair 11'' gathered 40 companies and was visited by more than 5000 people. Due to this fair, every year many students find a job or an opportunity for their professional improvement in our country. For the fsecond time JobFair was organized as a national project, concerning 5 biggest national universities, with the support of Ministry of Youth and Sport of the Republic of Serbia and the city of Belgrade.
  • Brand new engineers, December 2011. This is the second time that this seminar was organized for students of School of Electrical Engineering in Belgrade. During one week our students had the chance to attend lectures held by our teachers and inform themselves about latest trends in our profession.
  • Freeze the Time, December 2011. One of the purposes of this exchange was to show our fellow EESTECers why Belgrade is known as “the city that never sleeps”... Through many festivites, participants had the chance to descover the real soul of Serbia and Belgrade itself. Words from one of our participants are the best way to describe impressions about this exchange: ”People! If you go to Belgrade one day... keep in mind that you will remember Belgrade everyday... “ by O.E. :)





Belgrade



Belgrade, the capital of Serbia, is the third largest city in South-eastern Europe after Istanbul and Athens. Just over 1,700,000 people live in it. It is located at the confluence of the rivers Sava and Danube, where the Pannonian Plain meets the Balkans. The river waters surround it from three sides, and that is why, since ancient times, it has been the guardian of river passages. Because of its position it was properly called "the gate" of the Balkans, and "the door" to Central Europe. During its long and turbulent history, Belgrade has been conquered by 40 armies, and 38 times it has been raised up from the ashes. Its name in English translates to White city.

Belgrade is the financial centre of Serbia, and it is the home to the country's National Bank. Many notable companies are based in Belgrade, including Jat Airways, Telekom Srbija, Telenor Serbia, Delta Holding and regional centers for Société Générale, Intel, Motorola, Kraft Foods, Carlsberg, Microsoft, Zepter, Japan Tobacco and many others.


National Assembly     Belgrade Fortress     City Hall     Confluence of the Sava and Danube


Belgrade hosts many annual cultural events, including FEST (Belgrade Film Festival), BITEF (Belgrade Theatre Festival), BELEF (Belgrade Summer Festival), BEMUS (Belgrade Music Festival), Belgrade Book Fair, and the Belgrade Beer Fest. Started in 2003, Belgrade Beer Fest is held annually over 3-4 days at the foot of Belgrade's Kalemegdan fortress as a showcase event for various beer producers. In addition to domestic and foreign brews at affordable prices, the festival features live music performances each evening. Following the victory of Serbia's representative Marija Šerifović at the Eurovision Song Contest 2007, Belgrade hosted the Eurovision Song Contest in 2008.

One can often meet European, World and Olympic champions in the streets of Belgrade. It's nice when a small country can say that it is a superpower in sports. This region is a true exporter of top class basketball, football, volleyball, water polo and handball players... The first basketball match in Belgrade took place in 1923. Today, if we exclude North America, the best basketball in the world is played right here in Belgrade. There is no gold medal we didn't win even more than once. Vlade Divac, Sasa Djordjevic, Predrag Danilovic, Pedja Stojakovic and the other (usually) "golden boys" have conquered the world starting from Belgrade.


Great Steps     Temple of Saint Sava     Zindan Gate     Nikola Pašić's Square


Although Belgrade is the main spot for all kind of sports, in 2009 the 25th Summer Universiade was celebrated in Belgrade. On that occasion more then 15.000 people came to capital city of Serbia. There were 145 participating nations and more then 10.000 athletes. The mascot of the 2009 Summer Universiade is a sparrow bird. Sparrow bird is the trademark of Belgrade.

In January 2012, European Men’s Handball Championship was held in Belgrade, this time Serbian national team won silver medal. At almost the same time The 2012 Men's European Water Polo Championship took place at the same country. But this time, national team won golden medal. Sport that wasn’t so common in Serbia was tennis, but few years ago everything changed. Tennis players from Serbia have acomplished greatest results and that’s why all people in Serbia support them.

In Belgrade you can taste some of the purest organically produced food and drink. Traditional cuisine means that almost everything is home-grown - and it tastes that way. With a penchant for locally smoked ham, grilled meat, stuffed vegetables, specialist breads, salads, pickles and soft “kajmak” cheese, most Serbs eat enormous amounts and yet stay enviably slender.

One thing is for sure - IT’S NEVER BORING in Belgrade! Almost every day some meeting, event, festival, tournament, exhibition, concert, match, or performance take place. The local ones - for friends from the neighborhood, as well as the great ones - of international importance. Belgrade has character in spades. Other places might have a lead in exoticism, but for the real beguiling Balkan spirit, it has to be Belgrade. It is a city where you can dance until sunrise seven nights a week, where hospitality crackles in the air, and where looking good is a birthright and a religion in one.


River Sava     Bridge on Ada     Fountain


A lot of nightclubs, bars and restaurant-boats along the riverbanks make Belgrade nightlife some of the most exuberant in Europe. Spectacularly beautiful young women who look as if they have stepped from the fashion pages of Cosmopolitan, students, young men in sports clothes, musicians and writers link arms in camaraderie as they wander the cobbled streets of the nineteenth-century Skadarlija Bohemian quarter, the pedestrians Knez Mihailova Street teeming with luxury shops or Republic Square with its dozens of pavement cafes. Most Serbs go out for the evening after 10pm and most nightspots are open until at least 2am - yet there is rarely any sign of drunkenness or offensive behavior. The atmosphere is usually of people having a benignly good time enjoying everything from Procol Harum to Electric Six, Sinatra ballads to Serbia’s home-grown brand of high-energy pop music.

To summirize, Belgrade is the city of youth. More than 40% of its citizens are between 15 and 44 years of age. But all citizens of Belgrade love to talk of the spirit of the city. Open and ever ready for fun, many Belgraders will claim to be true hedonists – and many of them really are - knowing all there is to know about good food, wine and music. The citizens of Belgrade like all sorts of things: pleasant conversations and long walks, drinking their morning coffee or days off work. They also love it when they find freshly baked warm bread in the local bakery. They like being in motion and therefore the streets, walkways, cafes and restaurants are always filled with peeeople.


More importantly, Belgraders like everyone, so get to know Belgrade by getting to know Belgraders!






Serbia



Location of Serbia     Flag     Coat of Arms     Map of Serbia


  • Official name: The Republic of Serbia. It contains two autonomous provinces: Vojvodina and Kosovo-Metohija.
  • Area: 88,361 km2
  • Climate: Temperate continental climate, with a gradual transition between the four seasons of the year.
  • Population: 7,498.001 (the latest 2002. census, excluding Kosovo-Metohija)
  • Language: The official language is Serbian and the script in official use is Cyrillic, while Latin script is also used. In the areas inhabited by ethnic minorities, the languages and scripts of the minorities are in official use, as provided by law.
  • Capital: Belgrade (Beograd), with a population of 1,6 millions, is the administrative, economic and cultural centre of Serbia.
  • Religion: The main religion in Serbia is Christian Ortodox. There are also other religious communities in Serbia: Islamic, Roman Catholic, Protestant, Jewish and other.
  • Government: Democratic republic. The president and the parliament are elected every four years in general election. Current president od Serbia is Boris Tadic.
  • Time: GMT + 1





Change View:


  Name LC Points

Vladimir Bojchev Vladimir Bojchev Skopje 8108

Demjan Vester Demjan Vester Ljubljana 7648

Marek Bomastyk Marek Bomastyk Gliwice 5418

Burcu Cesur Burcu Cesur Istanbul 5088

Matic Jesenovec Matic Jesenovec Ljubljana 3810

Zrinka Gavran Zrinka Gavran Zagreb 3438

Uroš Zupan Uroš Zupan Ljubljana 2768

Naida Zekic Naida Zekic Sarajevo 2605

Bartosz Kawlatow Bartosz Kawlatow Gliwice 2353

Dženana Karahodžic Dženana Karahodžic Tuzla 1980

Ilias-Stylianos Karabasis Ilias-Stylianos Karabasis Athens 1850

Tea Rakic Tea Rakic Tuzla 1688

Damien Gasnier Damien Gasnier Lille 1460

Ioana Verde Ioana Verde Bucharest 1330

Milan Susnjar Milan Susnjar Banja Luka 1135

Boris Music Boris Music East Sarajevo 888

Matic Kavčić Matic Kavčić Ljubljana 845

Marcus Pforte Marcus Pforte Munich 805

Monika Vujica Monika Vujica Zagreb 555

Mariusz Niewczas Mariusz Niewczas Krakow 305

Ivan Radunović Ivan Radunović Podgorica 20

Nikos Parasyris Nikos Parasyris Athens -9362

Jyrki Luukko Jyrki Luukko Helsinki -9562






Name LC Points
Vladimir Bojchev Skopje 8108
Demjan Vester Ljubljana 7648
Marek Bomastyk Gliwice 5418
Burcu Cesur Istanbul 5088
Matic Jesenovec Ljubljana 3810
Zrinka Gavran Zagreb 3438
Uroš Zupan Ljubljana 2768
Naida Zekic Sarajevo 2605
Bartosz Kawlatow Gliwice 2353
Dženana Karahodžic Tuzla 1980
Ilias-Stylianos Karabasis Athens 1850
Tea Rakic Tuzla 1688
Damien Gasnier Lille 1460
Ioana Verde Bucharest 1330
Milan Susnjar Banja Luka 1135
Boris Music East Sarajevo 888
Matic Kavčić Ljubljana 845
Marcus Pforte Munich 805
Monika Vujica Zagreb 555
Mariusz Niewczas Krakow 305
Ivan Radunović Podgorica 20
Nikos Parasyris Athens -9362
Jyrki Luukko Helsinki -9562

     LC Belgrade proudly presents you the exchange of all the exchanges… ”Belgrade State of Mind”… You might have heard of it, or even experienced the part of it, but the fact is… There are no words to describe this feeling… We can just give you a little glimpse of what to expect this March…


     This exchange will be all about discovering the real soul of one of the oldest cities in Europe. Its secret passages will lead you to the magnificent fortress of Kalemegdan and the Bohemian quarter of Skadarlija. More importantly, you will have the chance to witness how EESTECers take the most out of the world’s famous nightlife. Theatres, interesting museums, countless restaurants and clubs will just help you get use to this never-ending party that’s happening in Belgrade.


     And if that wasn’t even enough… Your adventurous spirit will also be challenged by one of the wildest parts of Serbia, The National park of Tara. Together with Belgraders you will have the chance to explore the wooden city of Mećavnik, enjoy the soulfood of Serbia and even try out some things you just didn’t know they still exist.