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Communicating and sharing your work effectively with colleagues, supervisors and the general public often requires the preparation of a suitable presentation, tailored to that audience. These templates make it easy to create such a presentation, and the resulting set of slides is available for distribution in PDF format – perfect for sharing before or after your lecture, seminar or talk.
Modèle de présentation Télécom Bretagne
Ceci est un modèle de présentation sous beamer qui est conforme à la charte graphique de l'Institut Mines-Télécom pour Télécom Bretagne (http://www.telecom-bretagne.eu). Il a été développé par Pierre-Henri Horrein et soumis à WriteLaTeX par Yannis Haralambous.
Blackboard Beamer Theme
This Blackboard beamer theme and template was created by Kazuki Maeda <firstname.lastname@example.org> for Japanese presentations, but can be used for English (or other European languages) presentations as well. It has been modified to work with XeLaTeX.
p/s: The blackboard background was drawn with TikZ; the code is also included in the template.
前田一貴 Kazuki Maeda (uploaded by LianTze Lim)
DIANA-HEP template v3.2
Same but producing PDF 1.4 for better compatibility with some Windows versions of Acrobat.
slide template DAS eie0217 UCR
Luis Diego Soto Ugalde
Quantum Gravity: Have We Been Asking The Right Question?
To get the correct answer one must ask the correct question. In the field of Quantum Gravity the question has been how do we quantize General Relativity or derive a quantum theory which becomes General Relativity at low energies. Observing that Quantum Field Theory was the result of making Quantum Mechanics into a relativistic theory, I asked myself why not make QFT obey the principles of GR? I answered this question with a model I call Relativization. In a series of three papers I presented an answer to this alternative question which gives finite results for everything from black holes to particle physics.
Presented at the April meeting of the American Physical Society