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A Letter Template for the University Archives at the Masaryk University in Brno
A Letter Template for the University Archives at the Masaryk University in Brno
A template for muletter, a document class for the typesetting of letters at the Masaryk Univer­sity (Brno, Czech Repub­lic).
Vít Novotný
Phys3201 Template GT
Phys3201 Template GT
In this experiment we studied pendulum motion in a non-uniformly accelerating reference frame. Special notes: Prof Goldman specifically requested to not have "100" sig figs, put font on figure axes in readable size, and don't put grids on plots!
David Yanni
AltaCV Template
AltaCV Template
This is an bare bones CV created using altacv.cls (v1.1.5, 1 December 2018), which is based on the style of Marissa Mayer's CV created by BusinessInsider using enhancv. (You can find a re-created example of that CV using AltaCV here.) Examples of producing a publication list and referees section is provided on the second page. Note:Compile with xelatex or lualatex if you're using the academicons option.
Template for Foundation Master project reports
Template for Foundation Master project reports
This template will help you to write your bibliographic and final reports using LaTeX. You'll find here the examples of text structuring as well as tables, figures, citations and references. For other features of LaTeX, see tutorials on: https://www.overleaf.com/learn https://wch.github.io/latexsheet/ Make a plan by changing the document's structure with \section and \subsection commands. Finally, delete the \lipsum fillings and start writing you report. Good luck!
Smetana Dvorak
RTA ESO proposal template
RTA ESO proposal template
ESO telescope proposal template adapted for Research Techniques in Astronomy (RTA) at the University of Nottingham. Updated for 2018/19.
Steven Bamford
Template for Manuscript for Submission to an Optical Society of America Meeting or Conference
Template for Manuscript for Submission to an Optical Society of America Meeting or Conference
LaTeX users preparing manuscripts for OSA meetings or conferences should use the osameet3.sty style file and should observe these guidelines to adhere to OSA requirements. Users of BibTeX may use the osajnl.bst style file, which is included in this distribution. Comments and questions should be directed to the OSA Conference Papers staff (tel: +1 202.416.6191, e-mail: cstech@osa.org).
OSA
IEEE Conference Template for Reykjavik University
IEEE Conference Template for Reykjavik University
This is an enhanced IEEE conference template for the IEEE Conference on Sustainable Technologies. It is of primary interest for students in the "Intro to Engineering courses" (AT TÆK1002 and T-102-VERK) at Reykjavik University.
Joseph Timothy Foley
Purdue University Thesis Template
Purdue University Thesis Template
This document describes how to use the puthesis (Purdue University thesis, v1.9.23) LaTeX template in the Overleaf editor to prepare Master theses and PhD dissertations. Please note that at the present time, Overleaf is not a suitable platform for Theses that include export controlled information. If your thesis was generated from a project with a Technology Control Plan, please contact exportcontrols@purdue.edu before proceeding. Guidelines for getting started Open the template and replace the title, author, and other information there with your information. Why write your thesis in LaTeX? Thousands of people have graduated using it. You won't need to “reinvent the wheel.” All formatting details are done automatically, you can concentrate on the content of your thesis instead of worrying about margins, typefaces, etc. It is especially convenient for typesetting mathematics. Many people think it produces more attractive output than other systems. All the software needed is free and is available for a wide variety of software and operating systems. Some (especially engineering, mathematics, and science) journals use LaTeX. You may be able to cut large chunks out of your thesis, change a few lines at the top of the resulting file, and send that to a journal. Using LaTeX is very common in the scientific community. Sooner or later you may need to learn it anyway. For more help and information 1) On the thesis template: Please see the University's Frequently asked questions section. 2) On how to use Overleaf: Please see our Help section, and our short video guide to writing your thesis in LaTeX. Please send any feedback to Mark D. Jaeger (markj at purdue.edu), Manager, Thesis/Dissertation Office.
Mark Senn
Corrigendum Template for Frontiers Journal
Corrigendum Template for Frontiers Journal
frontiers_Corrigendum.tex Version 3.3 Generated 2018/06/15, updated 2018/11/23. This template can also be downloaded from Github. This is just an example/guide for you to refer to when submitting manuscripts to Frontiers, it is not mandatory to use Frontiers .cls files nor frontiers.tex. This will only generate the Manuscript, the final article will be typeset by Frontiers after acceptance.
Frontiers