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"LaTeX is a document preparation system. When writing, the writer uses plain text as opposed to the formatted text found in WYSIWYG ("what  you see is what you get") word processors. The writer uses markup tagging conventions to define the general structure of a document (such as article, book, letter, or thesis), to stylise text throughout a document (such as bold and italics), and to add citations and cross-references. A TeX distribution such as TeX Live or MikTeX is used to produce an output file (such as PDF or DVI) suitable for printing or digital distribution. Within the typesetting system, its name is stylised as L a T e X ." — Adopted from Wikipedia. ( https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/LaTeX )

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  • Note: The generated sample pdf is available because many people asked for it, not because it is a good idea to use it as a reference. The style file and sample LaTeX document contain instructions and comments on why/how certain things were done in a certain way...
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  • Note: Official LaTeX format approval form; this is an official SDSU form — Do Not Edit .
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Latex files and templates.

This page contains links to several LaTeX files, provided by graduate students in our department, that were useful to the contributors when they prepared their theses. Below are also resources such as posters and presentations.

LaTeX files for theses

These files are made available "as is". This means it is your responsibility to check that the documents you produce will meet current OSU Graduate School thesis requirements.

Each file contains comment lines that explain its purpose and background information.

  • Document class file
  • Style option file
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  • Template file
  • A PDF document that shows the output produced by the OSUMathThesisTemplate.tex file (note that the first page is an obligatory blank flyleaf)
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Graduate programs, math report, thesis, or dissertation template for latex.

Caution : Requirements of the Graduate School may have changed since this was written. Check their formatting page here for Dissertations and Theses .

In Mathematics most papers are written in a type setting markup language called LaTeX - which evolved from TeX. It is much better at handling equations than Word type programs. It will also automatically number theorems, lemmas, definitions and bibliographic entries. The various LaTeX processing programs can be found at CTAN . They are free. The download time is about an hour. For Windows most people would download proTeX while Mac users would need MacTeX. Extra packages can be included to handle specialized needs such as graphics, commutative diagrams, chemistry notation and even chess moves.

LaTeX is a computer programming language. When you run the program it creates your document as output. It is not like Word where you see the final result as you type. As with most programs there is some header material, then the program begins, then it ends. In LaTeX the header starts with

\documentclass[*]{format}

where * is 10pt or 12pt and sets the default font size and format may be "article", "report", "amsart", "book" or various other options. For your report, thesis or dissertation use "siugrad51" as the format. In the header various packages are included such as

\usepackage{graphicx}

which loads a graphics package. There are also commands for setting formatting options for theorems and such. None of this in the output. Then a

\begin{document}

indicates the beginning of the executable program. The final line is

\end{document}

In between will be the commands and text that generate your title page, table of contents, the body of your paper, and the bibliography.

There are many books and web-pages, in addition to CTAN, on how to use LaTeX. Here are two sites.

  • https://www.latex-project.org/help/books/
  • https://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/LaTeX

The main file is Thesis.tex . It is the file to run in whatever LaTeX program you are using. It is used for reports and dissertations in addition to theses. Thesis.tex needs various other files however. The first of these is siugrad51.cls . Never edit this file.

The other files you will edit with your information. For example, your abstract will be in the file Abstract.tex . Edit this file to replace the sample abstract with your own.

The sample has three chapters. You will likely have more. You can create files ch4.tex , ch5.tex and so on. You will need to edit the Thesis.tex file so that it knows to include these.

The *.ps files have figures in them. Ignore them if you do not need figures in your paper.

Here is a list of the major files:

  • siugrad51.cls
  • Copyright.tex
  • Abstract.tex
  • Approval.tex (Your committee approves your work.)
  • Acknow.tex (For any acknowledgments: "My advisor helped soooo much ...")
  • Dedication.tex ("I dedicate this to my parents.")
  • Preface.tex (Why my work is so important! Not needed for reports.)
  • Biblio.tex (For the bibliography.)
  • Vita.tex (Hire me! Hire me!!)

Learning LaTeX takes some practice. Here are a couple of simpler sample documents.

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Theses at Penn (masters and Ph.D.) must be submitted according to the  official university guidelines .

The following style files can serve as a guide in preparing masters or doctoral theses in the correct format. (You should still check the official university website listed above, to see other details and to adjust to any changes that may have been made.)

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The IU Thesis Document class is a LaTeX document class that produces output acceptable (as of Summer 2018) for an Indiana University Bloomington Master’s or Doctoral thesis. It is available free for anybody's use, but comes with no warranty. In particular, the author is not responsible if it produces output that is not acceptable to the Graduate School. This document class is not officially sanctioned by the University Graduate School, although several theses have been written with it and accepted.

Per the University Graduate School information page on  thesis formatting , the template font in the sample may not be the correct size. Font size should be either 11 or 12 point for the entire document, including section and chapter headings, with the only exception being the title on the title page, footnotes, tables/charts, and picture/table descriptions. Font up to size 16 point may be used for the document’s title on the title page, only. Font as small as 10 point may be used for footnotes, the content of tables/charts, and picture/table/chart descriptions. The Acceptance and Abstract pages are slightly different: the official formatting should have lines for the committee signatures. 

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The ociamthesis.cls was written by Keith A. Gillow. The latest version (2.2) was released on 22/11/2010. The class is based upon the standard report class around which most people design their thesis. Key features are

  • It defines the page size allowing for an offset for binding.
  • It defines the layout of the title page including title, logo / crest, name, college, submittedtext, degree name, degree date.
  • It uses the current university branding square logo by default (but can also use the older shield crest or belt crest).
  • Dedication page environment (layout as a verse).
  • Acknowledgements page environment (layout as a quote).
  • Alternative acknowledgementslong environment form which isn't set out as a quote.
  • Statement of Originality environment (originality) and long version (originalitylong). Formatting similar to acknowledgements enviroments.
  • Abstract page environment (layout as a quote).
  • Alternative abstractlong environment form which isn't set out as a quote.
  • Alternative abstractseparate environment form which isn't set out as a quote and has all the title page info on as well (useful for the separate copy required when you submit the final copy to the Bodleian Library).
  • Romanpages environment to number frontmatter pages in lower case roman.
  • Support for twoside and openright document class options

Here is an example of how to use this class in a master latex document .

The structure of the dedications file (called dedications.tex in the example) is

\begin{dedication} This thesis is dedicated to\\ someone\\ for some special reason\\ \end{dedication}

The structure of the abstract (abstract.tex) file is of the form

\begin{abstract} plenty of waffle, plenty of waffle, plenty of waffle, plenty of waffle, plenty of waffle, plenty of waffle, plenty of waffle, plenty of waffle. \end{abstract}

and the structure of the acknowledgements (acknowledgements.tex) file is of the form

\begin{acknowledgements} plenty of waffle, plenty of waffle, plenty of waffle, plenty of waffle, plenty of waffle, plenty of waffle, plenty of waffle, plenty of waffle. \end{acknowledgements}

This example PDF file shows some of the sort of output this class generates . This example output uses the gillow bibliography style file which is a very minor modification to the plain bibliography style.

Cover Page Logo / Crest

Current university logo / branding.

As of version 2.2 the default is to use a graphical logo with file name oxlogo.eps (for LaTeX) or oxlogo.pdf (for PDFLaTeX).

The Mathematical Institute Linux systems have the class and logo files installed by default. If you are using this document class on another system you will need to obtain a suitable logo file to go with the class file available from this page. You can obtain this from the university's official branding page or by taking a copy of the files on the Linux system (just use the command locate oxlogo to find the file).

Previous Logos / Branding

It is still possible to use the older metafont logo of either the belt crest or shield crest by using the new (as of version 2.2) options beltcrest or shieldcrest in the documentclass line, i.e.

documentclass line for old belt crest logo using the beltcrest metafont

\documentclass[12pt,beltcrest]{ociamthesis}

documentclass line for older shield crest logo using the crest metafont

\documentclass[12pt,shieldcrest]{ociamthesis}

In these cases then either the metafont file oxcrest40 or oxbeltcrest installed (for legacy use) on the Maths Institute system are used.

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The Graduate School's dissertation and thesis guidelines can be found here .

Below you can download Latex templates for writing dissertations.

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Writing a master's or ph.d. thesis, latex dissertation template, how to graduate: the paperwork, pandemic update (spring 2021).

Note: What appears below, with permission, began as a slightly edited version of unofficial advice from MGSA, the UC Berkeley Mathematics Graduate Student Associate, with Berkeley specific information removed. Over time this document has evolved to contain a great deal of UC Davis-specific information as well as current LaTeX templates.

(Thanks to Megumi Harada) Steps to your goal:

  • Start early . Jot down notes when you talk to your advisor. Keep them somewhere that you'll be able to find them again. Often, you find that little notes you write can serve as a “seed” to start the writing process.
  • Write a little each day. Obvious, and yet few people follow this advice. Even just one hour a day, divided into four 15-minute sessions, goes a long way if you keep at it for a month.
  • Get your advisor to look at small parts of drafts and chapters early on.

All information is subject to change. Current information specific to filing a doctoral thesis at UC Davis can be found via the Grad Studies website .

There are several websites dedicated to Using LaTeX to Write a PhD Thesis . But since you're in the UC Davis math department, your best bet is to use a template that was specifically created for UC Davis math students.

Download: 2024 template (Overleaf compatible)

This template was created originally by Tyrell McAllister with later edits by Jeff Irion, John Challenor, Will Wright, and David Haley in order to keep the template current with formatting requirements. In 2024, Greg DePaul updated the template to be overleaf compatible.

Once you pass your Qual, download the dissertation template! Fill in some basic info (name, major, committee members' names, etc.), and add to your dissertation while you work on your research. After all, it's easier to write and cite as you go than to do it months/years later when that stuff isn't fresh in your mind.

This is an unofficial guide . Please see Preparing & Filing Your Thesis or Dissertation for the official set of instructions.

  • Take note of the filing deadlines . They recommend completing your dissertation in time to give it to your committee for review at the beginning of the quarter in which you intend to graduate. In most cases, your committee probably won't need that much time, but you should check in with your committee members well in advance to make sure they'll be around when you need them.
  • Once your committee members have signed your dissertation's title page, you can file your dissertation electronically (see the Grad Studies website linked above for the specific instructions). The Grad Studies office will review it to make sure that it is formatted correctly and let you know if any corrections need to be made. They will then inform you when your dissertation has been approved, after which time no further changes are allowed.
  • The final step is to make an appointment with the Senior Academic Advisor for Mathematics and Applied Mathematics (as of Spring 2020, this is Brad Wolf ). This appointment can't take place until at least two business days after you file your dissertation online (and it must have been approved). The purpose of this appointment is to file the remaining paperwork and receive an official letter confirming your degree.

As of Spring 2021, the documents you will need to bring are as follows (see the official checklist here ).

  • Your title page with the signatures of your committee members.
  • One copy of your abstract.
  • The dissertation embargo agreement (this requires your advisor's signature even if you aren't planning on an embargo on your dissertation).
  • Two online surveys: The Survey of Earned Doctorates and the Graduate Studies Exit Survey. Each will give you a completion code which you will need to provide.
  • The Graduate Program Exit Information form. As of Spring 2021, this requires a signature from either Tina or Vanessa.

The three documents with signatures obviously must be physical copies. The other item can be emailed to the Academic Advisor when you set up your appointment.

Given that we've all become hermits here in our underground bunkers, only occasionally opening Zoom to remind ourselves that other people exist in this world, a few changes have been made to the process. These may or may not be permanent changes going forward. Always consult the Graduate Studies page if you are unsure about current requirements.

  • The title page must be a single form signed by all committee members, but those signatures can be electronic. It must still be ONE form. As having multiple persons sign a single PDF is not as easy as it sounds, I recommend to download the Word Template that is provided on the Graduate Studies page . It can easily be edited to contain your information, and adding signatures to a Word document is arguably simpler than teaching your committee members to add signatures to a PDF without accidentally closing it to future edits.
  • The signed title page must be submitted by your committee chair, or else your program chair (the coordinator might also work – check me on this). Since your committee chair is also one of the people who will be signing your dissertation, it makes sense to have them sign last, and then they can send the form to the Senior Academic Advisor directly. You cannot submit the title page yourself – this is a measure implemented to help prevent fraud and forgery.
  • All documents can be submitted digitally to the Senior Academic Advisor (and ideally, all in the same email, except the title page). You'll probably want to then schedule a Zoom appointment with the Advisor to go over your materials and make sure that they are complete.
  • Remember that you must schedule an exit seminar before the Program Exit Information form can be signed.

Older Templates

The “ucdavisthesis” LaTeX package maintained by Ryan Scott has a number of convenient macros that can generate a dissertation. It is loosely based on an earlier version of the math department template. It is also available in most TeX distributions by default (including Overleaf), and so accessing it is also convenient. However, editing the package to keep up with changes to formatting requirements requires some thought. To that end, you might be interested in one of the following two documents which bring the template up to date with Spring 2021 requirements:

  • ucdavisthesis.cls : Add this to the root directory of your Overleaf document
  • ucdavisthesis.dtx : Use this version if you are the kind of person who likes to compile your own stuff

The 2020 version of the math department template can be found here . It differs from the 2021 version only in the way that the page numbers are written (it places hyphens on either side of roman numerals, but not on the other pages).

A previous template that complied with UCD's requirements as of 2012 was created by Sean Whalen and can be found on GitHub . It has not been maintained since 2012 and so is not up-to-date with the current formatting requirements.

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To produce LaTeX documents that are reasonably conformant to LSU Grad School requirements for theses and dissertations, our document class “lsuthesis” may be used in place of the standard “book” document class. The separate “lsutitle” package provides helper macros and produces the title page. That package is kept separate from the document class so that one can easily switch to other document classes.

Note: This is the 2022/03/11 version. This is a work-in-progress provided in this preliminary form to assist graduate students with an immediate need.

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To use the template below, you also need the two files above.

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Getting started

For an example of what can be produced, take a look at “mythesis.pdf”. To produce your own thesis or dissertation, download the other three files and modify “mythesis.tex”. More specifically:

  • You need access to a TeX/LaTeX environment ;
  • Place “mythesis.tex”, “lsuthesis.cls”, “lsutitle.sty” together in a folder;
  • Use a text editor to modify “mythesis.tex”;
  • Tell your your LaTeX environment to convert your modified “mythesis.tex” into a new “mythesis.pdf”;
  • Repeat the last two steps as often as needed.

Debugging conformance issues

When debugging conformance issues, start by comparing your preamble to that of the original “mythesis.tex” from this page. Many conformance issues are not due to the “lsuthesis” document class but instead due to conflicts arising from unnecessary preamble content (particularly macro definitions and \usepackage{...} lines) that the student has copied from somewhere but doesn't actually need.

If you are a math graduate student using these files and receive reports from LSU Grad School over conformance issues that are specific to the document class (e.g., issues with margin sizes or with font sizes or with spacing), please contact Alexander Perlis. The math department also appreciates feedback from other departments and might be able to provide some assistance but ultimately is not responsible for helping students from other departments with the preparation of conformant documents.

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    Thesis Template Thesis Template The Graduate School's dissertation and thesis guidelines can be found here. Below you can download Latex templates for writing dissertations. PhD Dissertation Template Masters Thesis Template

  11. thesistips [Galois Group]

    The "ucdavisthesis" LaTeX package maintained by Ryan Scott has a number of convenient macros that can generate a dissertation. It is loosely based on an earlier version of the math department template. It is also available in most TeX distributions by default (including Overleaf), and so accessing it is also convenient.

  12. Thesis Template

    Thesis Template for LaTeX2e. The file below is a template for using the nuthesis.cls file for a thesis at the Mathematics Department of Northwestern. If you find any problem with it, email me (mlerma at math dot northwestern dot edu). nuthesis-template.tex : Template for Math NU Thesis. nuthesis.cls : LaTeX document class used by Math NU Thesis ...

  13. LaTeX document class for LSU theses and dissertations

    To produce your own thesis or dissertation, download the other three files and modify "mythesis.tex". More specifically: Place "mythesis.tex", "lsuthesis.cls", "lsutitle.sty" together in a folder; Tell your your LaTeX environment to convert your modified "mythesis.tex" into a new "mythesis.pdf"; Repeat the last two steps ...

  14. LaTeX templates for writing a thesis

    The thesis template site mostly just links to available external sites with templates. It provides links to ready-to-go thesis templates of various universities worldwide. There's even a google map for viewing the templates origins on the world map. Besides LaTeX templates there are also LyX thesis templates.

  15. Template for a Masters or Doctoral Thesis

    This LaTeX template is used by many universities as the basis for thesis and dissertation submissions, and is a great way to get started if you haven't been ...

  16. Preliminary TTU Thesis Style and Template

    A LaTeX thesis-dissertation style/template for Texas Tech The Graduate School at Texas Tech has changed their thesis and dissertation formatting guidelines. The current LaTeX thesis style floating around the department was written in the mid 90s and is out of date. When I taught a course in LaTeX in 2007, I decided to revise the thesis style to ...

  17. latex-mimosis: A minimal & modern template for your thesis

    If you want to use the template locally, follow these steps: Clone this repository; Copy the file mimosis.cls into your document directory; Add \documentclass{mimosis} to your document preamble; Optionally copy the file Thesis.tex and the files in Sources as a starting point; Use latexmk to build the document; Write a nice thesis in LaTeX

  18. Formatting Your UCLA Thesis

    Formatting Your UCLA Thesis Click below for the updated dissertation formatting requirements from the Graduate Division, as of March 2012. A LaTeX package previously maintained (last dated known update in 2010) by John Heidemann is also available. For more information about this package, please consult the wiki page provided by git-hub. UCLA Thesis Style

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    This is a template for taking notes on mathematics. Hao Ren AULA EXERCÍCIOS ANÁLISE DIMENSIONAL E SEMELHANÇA Exercícios PROF. STROBEL Is e + $\pi$ irrational? In mathematics, a rational number is any number that can be expressed as the quotient or fraction p/q of two integers, a numerator p and a non-zero denominator q.

  20. thesis-template-latex · GitHub Topics · GitHub

    A template repository for LaTeX thesis written for the University of Bologna. windows macos automation latex ubuntu thesis master-thesis vscode english latex-template bachelor-thesis thesis-template master-thesis-template bachelor-thesis-template unibo thesis-template-latex github-actions university-of-bologna. Updated on Jan 15, 2023.

  21. Basic thesis template

    This Thesis LaTeX template is an ideal starting point for writing your PhD thesis, masters dissertation or final year project. The style is appropriate for most universities, and can be easily customised.

  22. GitHub

    LaTeX template for a math thesis consistent with the requirements of FAU. - GitHub - TimRoith/fau-math-thesis: LaTeX template for a math thesis consistent with the requirements of FAU.

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    Optimize your academic document creation with this LaTeX template tailored for theses, dissertations, and project reports at the Polytechnic University of Leiria, specifically designed for students in the School of Management and Technology (ESTG).