NSF Proposal Template
The very initial version of this template was created by Sarah Gille. This current version of the template follows the guidelines in NSF GPG 15-1.
It is your responsibility to make sure that everything is in agreement with the current NSF GPG and your program solicitation. Good luck!
NSF Grant Proposal Template
This template provides a style file for the easy preparations of NSF grant proposals.
As part of the template, a list of pre-defined journal abbreviation commands are included, for easy reference in your proposal.
See also the NSF biographical sketch ("biosketch") template available here.
Originally by Stefan Llewellyn Smith and Sarah Gille, this version on Overleaf by John Hammersley
Research Project Report on Search Strategy: Automatic Document Tagging
Statement of purpose with references
This is a simple template for writing a statement of purpose (or statement of research interests), based on egreg's answer on TeX.SX here.
(LianTze added a short references section.)
NSF Grant Proposal LaTeX Template (MIT-MATH)
This template provides a structure for preparing NSF grant applications according to their formatting guidelines
It is provided by MIT-MATH to help you use LaTeX for writing your NSF proposals.
Please start by reading MIT-MATH's instructions in the Guide to Using the NSFmaster Template, and then click the button above to open the template for editing online with Overleaf.
Template for the Research Proposal for HLTH460 and HLTH462 at UC-SHSS
This is a template for writing the Research Proposal for the courses HLTH460 and HLTH462 -- the two research methods courses offered at the School of Health Sciences, University of Canterbury at Christchurch. The template was authored by Arindam Basu and all questions and comments about this template can be sent to Arindam Basu (email: firstname.lastname@example.org)