A LaTeX template for the University of Alberta. Compliant with the FGSR (2022) Standards for submitting a thesis, including conversion to PDF/A.
Included in my template are examples of how to layout specific element of a thesis, as well as a LaTeX class file that automatically generates the title and prefatory pages, allows for the inclusion of List of [Tables, Figures, Plates, and Symbols], Glossaries, Indices, provides a tool for generating tables in excel and exporting them to LaTeX, and generates a PDF/A output without the need of a paid program.
For the latest version of this template, or for help, please see: https://github.com/draldric/uAlberta-Thesis-LaTeX-Template
This demo file is intended to serve as a "starter file'' for IEEE ITherm conference papers produced under LaTeX.
This is one of a number of templates using the IEEE style that are available on Overleaf to help you get started - use the tags below to find more.
The University of Pennsylvania Ph.D. Dissertation LaTeX Template aims to fulfill University typesetting requirements. Please consult the Office of the Provost and your graduate group for detailed formatting requirements and policies.
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The file main.tex is the document you will use to organize your thesis. This file inputs the related documents to create the front matter, body, and references of the thesis. The compiled version of this document is available in postscript, dvi, and pdf format. The compiled version of this document gives samples of an NMSU thesis along with some advice for writing a thesis and for using these files.
At the minimum you will need main.tex, title.tex, approval.tex, vita.tex, abstract.tex, and nmsuth01.cls. The Front Matter documents are described as follows:
title.tex: title page
approval.tex: approval page
dedica.tex: dedication page
ackno.tex: acknowledgements page
vita.tex: vita page
abstract.tex: abstract of the thesis
Template and custom document class for a thesis to be submitted to the University of Birmingham for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy. This was constructed following University of Birmingham guidelines for presenting a thesis. See the README file for usage instructions. If you have any suggestions or issues, please submit them as an Issue to https://github.com/alexlyttle/uob-thesis-template.
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