filippo di iorio

Filippo Di Iorio

filippo di iorio

LBG Naples

Photographer – EBEC Final 2017

PR Coordinator – EBEC Final 2019

What does EBEC mean to you?

European BEST Engineering Competition? Just kidding.
For me, EBEC is a challange, it is an event capable to change a person in a good way, participant or organiser, it doesn’t matter.
EBEC means sharing. Sharing an experience with people from all over Europe and world, actually.
EBEC means creating new friendships, during competition days. EBEC Final gives you a chance to be in contact with around 500 people for more than one week. It is impossible to create no new friendships.

When you look back at event, what are you most proud of?

I was a photographer and I was happy that after the competition a lot of participants and organisers changed their Facebook profile photos, which meant photos of them taken by me were excellent!

How did organizing EBEC Final helped your personal development?

A lot! I experienced something I have never tried before. I became more self confident, I improved my skills in photography and in PR, in general. Being a PR Responsible of EBEC Team this year is mostly because of that experience.
After lastyear’s EBEC Final, I also changed the way I face problems in my life. I feel I am more reasonable now, when I am in front of a choice.

What is the most important thing you learned during the organization of EBEC Final?

That nothing is impossible. For example volunteers from all over Europe, organising the biggest engineering competition in the old continent. We made it possible. We are continuing to make it possible. We will make it possible forever.

aleksandra voronova

Aleksandra Voronova

aleksandra voronova

LBG Riga

Topic group member – EBEC Final 2011

Topic responsible – EBEC Final 2012

EBEC Project Coordinator 2013

What does EBEC mean to you?

It is my absolute favorite project in BEST! I had lots of fun while working together with amazing groups of people.

When you look back at event, what are you most proud of?

Being able to see EBEC’s growth and development over 4 years was truly amazing. But probably my favorite moments were when participants were presenting their TD or CS tasks – these were the moments to really see the hard work of everyone coming together.

How did organizing EBEC Final helped your personal development?

Organizing EBEC taught me very valuable and versatile project management and teamwork skills; I apply these sills in my professional life daily.

What is the most important thing you learned during the organization of EBEC Final?

It’s amazing how much can be done with, sometimes, very little resources as long as people are engaged and motivated.

martin egrt

Martin Egrt

martin egrt

LBG Brno

Local Design responsible

What does EBEC mean to you?

For me, EBEC is one of the biggest opportunities in BEST when it comes to trying new things and making them visible for quite a lot of people around Europe. It allows all three of our stakeholders to meet; We have a different way of communication with the universities, a different one with the partners that come to support us, and of course, a different one with the participants themselves. It’s an event where everyone can find that one thing that can develop them as a person.

When you look back at event, what are you most proud of?

I am proud of the people from Brno, all the international organisers and how much effort, time and money they invested in this event. Honestly, the result was one the most satisfying things that one can witness when working on a project for more than a year.

How did organizing EBEC Final helped your personal development?

As a Design responsible, I was not only designing, but also coordinating the greater part of the visual aspect for EBEC Final. I believe it helped me strengthen my leadership and art directing skills.

What is the most important thing you learned during the organization of EBEC Final?

I learned that if you are teamed up with the right people along with great leaders, you can achieve really amazing and grandiose things, even by just volunteering.

Mariana Silva

LBG Aveiro

EBEC Project Coordinator 2015

EBEC Project Coordinator 2016 (interim)

What does EBEC mean to you?


For me, EBEC means empowerment. It means the opportunity of getting to work with people from different countries, with different backgrounds, cultures and values that gather for the unique purpose of giving students from all over Europe the opportunity to prove themselves in an international context.

When you look back at event, what are you most proud of?

I believe that few people are present at just one EBEC event. Looking back at all EBECs I’ve attended I can say that it is very gratifying when you take part in the organising of a series of events, made and attended from students, and you are able to provide a meaningful content that has a good impact to the lives of these future engineers that have the chance to participate.

How did organizing EBEC Final helped your personal development?

Perhaps due to to my role in EBEC, it’s easier to evaluate it as a whole year of work on a project, comprised of more than 100 events. EBEC has taught me resilience, patience and that communication is a tricky thing.

What is the most important thing you learned during the organization of EBEC Final?

This one is simple, the fact that EBEC is a powerful project.