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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.
Unofficial Imperial College London Beamer Presentation Template
This is a basic LaTeX Beamer template that I customised to have the logo of ICL and a background picture. Mind that this is NOT an official ICL template but it may still be useful for informal presentations.
The official ICL graphical identity resources can be found here.
Please drop me an e-mail or comment via Twitter @AJunyentFerre if you found this was useful or have any suggestion to improve it.
Wuerzburg Beamer Theme
The wuerzburg outer theme, chamfered inner theme and shark colour theme for beamer are created by Christian Gogolin.
University of Udine Unofficial Beamer Theme
The unofficial University of Udine Beaer Template. This style has been developed following the "Manuale di Stile" (Style Manual) of the University of Udine.
University of Twente - LaTeX Beamer Theme for Presentations
The style file beamerthemeut.sty provides a theme for LaTeX Beamer and can be used to create presentation slides in the UT corporate style (huisstijl). It requires the file beamerthemeutresources.pdf.
Both are included in this example, which can be opened in Overleaf by clicking the 'Open as Template' button above
This is an initial version of this style that will need improvements. Comments and/or suggestions are highly appreciated. For more information please see https://www.utwente.nl/ewi/sor/about/staff/goseling/utbeamer/
Universiteit Gent (University of Ghent) Beamer Theme
This is a LaTeX beamer theme for the University of Ghent, based on nschloe/ua-beamer. The announcement of this theme is located at A beamer theme for the University of Ghent. For all other information I refer you to the documentation, which is available as source in the project or as a pdf at the Downloads page.
Pieter Belmans (uploaded by LianTze Lim)