This template is to be used to create articles for the TAMU Ocean Engineering CFD community website (https://ocean-cfd.engr.tamu.edu/doc).
Creating articles in Overleaf is an easy way to get started. The final compilation to HTML and upload will however be made separately by the website admin; from a copy of the finished Overleaf article source. Certain custom commands for equations, document/author ID etc. are necessary to compile it for the website.
Please follow the template when it comes to equations, inline maths, figures, tables etc. Failure to do so will result in the article not compiling correctly as HTML. If you discover a functionality you would like but that is not supported by the template, contact the website admin and do not add it yourself. Any new additions to the stylesheet will be lost when the source is copied for final compilation.
Unofficial Poster Template for Technion Computer Science. I kind of just did this for fun. It is copied from the UChicago one: https://www.overleaf.com/latex/templates/unofficial-poster-template-for-uchicago-computer-science/kbbmbdxwbypb
Este template é fornecido pelo Data Analytics Lab para alunos de mestrado do Programa de Pós-graduação em Ciência da Computação e para os alunos de mestrado e doutorado do Programa de Pós-graduação em Engenharia de Sistemas e Computação
This template was prepared by TAs in the Faculty of Engineering, Ain Shams University. The `Thesis.cls' is based on 'ECSthesis.cls', by Steve R. Gunn generated with the docstrip utility. Created by Steve R. Gunn, modified by Sunil Patel: www.sunilpatel.co.uk.
This template will contain instructions for authors planning to submit a paper to certain Cambridge University Press Journals.
Once journals have been assigned to this template, you can use this template in Overleaf to write and collaborate online in LaTeX. Once your article is complete, you can submit directly to any of the journals that use this template using the ‘Submit to journal’ option in the Overleaf editor and choosing the journal from the drop-down selection.
For more information on how to write in LaTeX using Overleaf, see this video tutorial, or contact the journal for more information on submissions.
Know the LaTeX command you want to use but can't remember how to write it?
Here we present a great tips sheet produced by Dave Richeson; it's pre-loaded in Overleaf so you can see how the commands work instantly.
Simply click on the button above to open a version in Overleaf for editing (and to quickly copy and paste the commands you need!).
For more comments visit this page on Dave's site, or if you'd like to work through a fuller introduction to LaTeX why not check out our free online course?
This is a basic journal article template which includes metadata fields for multiple authors, affiliations and keywords.
It is also set up to use the lineno package for line numbers; these can be turned on by adding the 'lineno' option to the documentclass command.
A modern simple (academic) CV template.
With no colour, but a few different tabulars for visualizing your skills and cv events.
The template has no colour, but adding logos to your events will still make it relatively colourful (and thus, not strictly classic, why I called it "modern").
You can play around with different fonts. The places where the changes can be made are indicated by comments.
The fancy font for the name can be taken away, if you don't want it.
The github repo is here: https://github.com/latex-ninja/modern-simple-cv
A modern dissertation (or thesis) LaTeX template. Originally used during my D.Phil. at the University of Oxford. Now updated to be used by students at the University of Malta. Easily customizable, so trivial to change colours and logos for your own institution.
Get in touch if you find anything untoward or have any questions (or want to buy me beer).