A gallery of up-to-date and stylish LaTeX templates, examples to help you learn LaTeX, and papers and presentations published by our community. Search or browse below.
Flyer template based on the leaflet package.
Modèle rapport UAPV
This model of report is designed to mimic the official template of the CS departement of the University of Avignon (France).
Note that I (the author) do not receive the comments posted below by other Overleaf users. So, you'll get no answer from me (unless I happen to pass by this page). Sorry for that!
TU Wien ICT Presentations
A Beamer theme called Wien for presentations at the Institute of Computer Technology (ICT) at TU Wien, Vienna Austria.
TU/e AGA Homework Template
This template can be used for typesetting solutions to homework assignments.
We define a document class that includes a number of useful packages, defines shorthand macros for commonly used constructs and makes it easy to typeset answers to exercises. The template default content demonstrates how various tasks can be achieved in LaTeX as well: mathematical notation and many symbols, typesetting a table, including a figure, et cetera.
Applied Geometric Algorithms group
OMSCS6460 Annotated Bibliography
Annotated Bibliography template for Georgia Tech CS-6460 Assignment 5 (Collecting your sources). Citations are in SIGCHI format. Credit for creating this template goes to Brady Hurlburt, I just exposed it as an Overleaf template. Original files can be found at https://github.gatech.edu/bhurlburt3/bibentry-example
Brady Hurlburt, John Edwardson
Modelo Simples de Relatório v0.1
Modelo de relatório técnico criado para ser utilizado na disciplina de Laboratório de Circuitos Elétricos.
Obs.: serão incrementados mais detalhes e informações futuramente.
Version 1.2 (16/9/2014)
A compact and stylish one-page two-column resume / CV template. The original source for this template is also available on GitHub. This is Version 1.2 (16/9/2014).
Author guidelines for publishing to IOP Publishing journals in LaTeX
This is an example of the iopart document class, and contains details on how to prepare and submit your articles for publication in an IOP Publishing journal.
If you'd like to write an IOP Publishing article, you can use this example document as a template and change the main article text to suit - simply click the button to get started.
Alternatively you can also just upload the iopart.cls file available from IOPP (see http://authors.iop.org/atom/usermgmt.nsf/AuthorServices) to any document you've already created, and change the document class to iopart to convert it to the style of this template.