European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN) on Overleaf

Overview

CERN is providing free Overleaf Pro+ accounts for all employees who would like to use a collaborative, online LaTeX editor for their projects.

Overleaf is designed to make the process of writing, editing and producing your research papers and project reports much quicker for both you and your collaborators. Overleaf can also be linked to other services such as Mendeley, Git and Plot.ly to best fit into your workflow.

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Quick Start

Welcome to your quick start guide to Overleaf. We've put together some useful resources and links in the sections below. If you have any questions about how to get started please let us know and we'll be happy to help!

There are a number of author interviews and case studies available on our blog to act as inspiration, including two recent interviews with CERN students and collaborators:

  • Roland Sipos, a PhD student working on the CMS experiment at the LHC, who talks about his experiences writing his reports and papers on Overleaf.
  • Shri Bheesette, who works in the MARS bio-imaging group at the University of Otago in collaboration with CERN and who sees Overleaf as a platform to support long-term knowledge transfer in his group.

We also have over 1,000 LaTeX templates, examples and articles in our gallery, and have featured a selection of relevant templates below to help you get started.

Intro Videos

Featured LaTeX Templates

JACoW LaTeX template
JACoW LaTeX template
The Joint Accelerator Conferences Website (JACoW) is an international collaboration that publishes the proceedings of accelerator conferences held around the world. All conferences agree to the policies and requirements for publication. Originally created for the publication of the proceedings of the Asian, European, and North American particle accelerator conferences (which in 2010 became the International Particle Accelerator Conference series, or IPAC), today the site hosts the proceedings of the following JACoW collaboration conferences: ABDW, DIPAC,HB, IPAC, PCaPAC, APAC, ECRIS, HIAT, LINAC, RuPAC, BIW, EPAC, IBIC, MEDSI, SAP, COOL, ERL, ICALEPCS, NA-PAC, SRF, CYCLOTRONS, FEL, ICAP, PAC and eeFACT. This template describes the common requirements for the submission of papers to these conferences. Please consult individual conference information for page limits, method of electronic submission, etc. Template version: 2.2 More information: http://www.jacow.org/Authors/LaTeX
Joint Accelerator Conferences Website (JACoW) collaboration
HiLumi report
HiLumi report
This is a template for HiLumi (High Luminosity LHC (HL-LHC)) reports.
High Luminosity LHC (HL-LHC) project
CERN ATS Note
CERN ATS Note
This is a template for CERN Accelerator and Technology Sector (ATS) notes.
CERN Accelerator and Technology Sector (ATS)
CERN Presentation
CERN Presentation
This is a template for CERN presentations following the official CERN design guidelines. The CERN logo is legally protected. Please visit http://copyright.web.cern.ch/ for information on the terms of use of CERN content, including the CERN logo.
Jérôme Belleman
CERN Report
CERN Report
This is a template for authors who are preparing their contribution for one of CERN's official publications (CERN Yellow Report series, CERN Proceedings series, etc.). See https://publishing.cern.ch/ for further details.
CERN Publishing

FAQ & Help

What is Overleaf?

Overleaf is an online collaborative writing and publishing tool. It allows you to collaborate online with coauthors and greatly simplifies the process of creating and writing a LaTeX document. Overleaf's custom templates allow authors to submit their papers directly to many journals and repositories via Overleaf, including the arXiv.


How can I sign up for my free Overleaf Pro+ Account?

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