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Welcome to Space Exploration


LC Belgrade is honored to be your host on this mission.

The idea is to introduce you with history of space missions and general facts about "Mars Science Laboratory" project and give you a closer look to the technological aspects of Curiosity rover which landed on Mars in August 2012. Part of the lectures and practical part will be devoted to the study of this rover as a robot that operates in specific conditions.
You will study different materials from which rover was built , how it's communicating with base on Earth and which specialized equipment it is carrying . Also one day is going to be dedicated to the power of rover and its Multi-Mission Radioisotope Thermoelectric Generator. Along with this, you will hear about the influence of radiation on rover, way of controlling and programing Curiosity, something about robotics and visit some of our science institutes.
When the stars come out, then real exploration begins. You will find out a lot about our delightful nightlife by visiting local well known cafes and night clubs during incessant party. Visiting our vintage street Skadarlija, urban neighborhood of Belgrade called Gardoš, Knez Mihajlova street and the magnificent fortress of Kalemegdan will give you a little glimpse in our tradition, among abundant cuisine which we will joyfully prepare for you on the International night. The last day of the workshop we are going to a surprise destination near Belgrade,where smile and great party time would be guaranteed.

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EESTEC Local Committee Belgrade



EESTEC Local Committee Belgrade was founded in the year 2000 and is proud to say that during these 12 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.
With more than 250 members LC Belgrade is one of the best organized local committees. In past twelve 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.
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 kind of gatherings which purpose is to strengthen the famous EESTEC spirit.

Our latest projects



● Brand New Engineers, December 2011. This is a seminar we organized for students of School of Electrical Engineering in Belgrade. During one week students could 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 festivities, participants had the chance to discover the real soul of Serbia and Belgrade itself.
● Belgrade State of Mind, March 2012. The organizers announced it would be “the exchange of all the exchanges”... We hosted 20 EESTECers and gave them opportunity to see all the beauties our capital has to offer and to be a part of a never - ending party that’s happening in Belgrade.
● Soft Skills Academy, April 2012. This is the third such project our LC has ever organized. Out of more than 900 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 advantage in pursuing a successful career.
● JobFair12 - Create Your Own Future, November 2012. For the 8th 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 12'' gathered 41 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 third 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.

Belgrade

Welcome to Belgrade



Introduce Belgrade on this VIDEO

Belgrade is situated in South-Eastern Europe, on the Balkan Peninsula. It lies at the point where the river Sava merges into the Danube. 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. Belgrade is the central economic hub of Serbia, and the capital of Serbian culture, education and science. It is the most economically developed part of Serbia. 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.

The City of Belgrade is the founder, financer and organizer of many regular annual cultural events. Most of the authors from all fields of culture and art live and work in Belgrade. It has also hosted the famous world authors and performers in the fields of music, theatre, film... Iron maiden, Pink, Metallica, Pavarotti are only the few of those who had their concerts in Serbia's capital. They were all sold out and most of the artist said that this performance was the most fulfilling experience for them. 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. 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.
But the most popular sport is soccer and the first match between "Crvena Zvezda" (Red Star) and "Partizan" (Partizan) was played on January 5th 1947 and this started the tradition of the "eternal derby". The duel between the city rivals is "the" soccer event in Serbia and a specific trade mark in European and world soccer. Belgrade has hosted many important world, European and Balkan sport events. 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.
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. 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.

Serbia


Welcome to Serbia


Introduce Serbia on this VIDEO
Serbia has connected West with East for centuries – a land in which civilisations, cultures, faiths, climates and landscapes meet and mingle.
It is located in the centre of the Balkan Peninsula, in southeastern Europe. The northern portion belongs to central Europe, but in terms of geography and climate it is also partly a Mediterranean country. Serbia is landlocked but as a Danube country it is connected to distant seas and oceans. Serbia is a crossroads of Europe and a geopolitically important territory. The international roads and railway lines, which run through the country’s river valleys, form the shortest link between Western Europe and the Middle East.
From the agricultural regions of the Pannonian Plain in the north, across the fertile river valleys and orchard-covered hills of Šumadija, the landscape of Serbia continues southward, gradually giving way to mountains rich in canyons, gorges and caves, as well as well-preserved forests. Serbia’s beautiful mountains, national parks, rivers and lakes are the perfect location for an active outdoor holiday – from hunting and fishing to extreme sports.
Many times during its rich, centuries-long history, Serbia has been at the centre of Europe’s and the world’s attention, out of all proportion to its modest size, economic might and number of inhabitants. Many lessons on bravery, patriotism and the struggle for freedom can be learned wherever you turn in Serbia, as you pass through its cities and regions.
The cultural and historical heritage of Serbia begins with prehistoric archaeological sites and its legacy from classical antiquity. Perhaps its greatest riches, though, are in the many mediaeval Serbian churches and monasteries, some of which are included on the UNESCO World Heritage list.


All year round, numerous cultural, entertainment, traditional and sporting events are held in Serbia, demonstrating the creative power and spiritual vitality of this country.
Today, Serbia is a modern, democratic European country, on the path to membership of the European Union, which a diverse range of visitors – from young backpackers to participants in congresses and fairs – visit every day.
Statistically, the most-visited tourist destinations are the cities of Belgrade and Novi Sad, the mountains of Kopaonik and Zlatibor and the spa towns of Vrnjačka Banja and Sokobanja.

Mission crew


Miloš
Mandić

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Miloš
Petrović

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Nikola
Stević

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Miloš
Denić

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Anita
Jović

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Jana
Đokić

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Koprivica

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Participants

Amera
Kadic
LC Sarajevo
Andreas
Albrecht
LC Munich
Celia Saras
Gonzalez
LC Madrid
Dorothea
Nasioudi
LC Athens
Markos
Georgopoulos
LC Athens
Edina
Livnjak
LC Sarajevo
Georgia
Gkioka
LC Athens
Ismail
Morgenegg
LC Zurich
Liana
Voukelatou
LC Athens
Josip
Gregov
LC Zagreb
Lourdes
Luque
LC Madrid
Mateja
Tuscic
LC Zagreb
Mehmed
Rustemovic
LC Sarajevo
Mirza
Kupusovic
LC Sarajevo
Nikola
Nikolovski
LC Skopje
Oguz
Tonyali
LC Istanbul
Patricia
Ramos
LC Madrid
Petar
Nedelkoski
LC Skopje
Radica
Ristic
LC East-Sarajevo
Talevski
Goran
LC Skopje
Till
Schultz
LC Hamburg
Tomislav
Stojanovic
LC Zagreb
Tommi
Rimpilaeinen
LC Helsinki
Valentina
Mehkek
LC Zagreb