CONTRIBUTIONS TO CONCEPTUAL DESIGN OF ELECTRIC AND HYBRID-ELECTRIC AIRCRAFT

| June 25, 2019

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I would like to firstly thank my mom and dad, Dalmi and Gaspar, for being my first school, teaching me the essential values in life: humility and unconditional love. They always believed and inspired my goals, being directly responsible for everything I achieved and still intend to do. Especially to my brothers, Denes and Rubens, for the encouragement, examples, advices, and for being the backbone that kept me up and ready to face the challenges.

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