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Martin Bercovici (24 August 1902, Bârlad - 19 January 1971, Bucharest) was a Romanian electrical engineer who contributed to the development of energy engineering education in Romania and to the plan of electric networks building of Romania. He served as a dean to the then newly founded Faculty of Energy Engineering within the Polytechnic University of Bucharest.
He contributed during the war to the education of young Jews who were expelled from state universities.
- M Olteneanu, C. Rucăreanu, “Martin Bercovici-Un om între oameni“, Publisher of the Romanian Academy, 2001
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