This template has been created to serve the needs of students working on a thesis at any level in the University of Athens, Greece.
It can be modified freely to meet your needs.
Help in using this thesis can be found here:
Contact the author: Theo J. Mertzimekis (@tmertzi)
The template aims at helping students working in the NuSTRAP group (University of Athens, Greece) prepare their thesis (PhD, MSc, BSc). It uses XeLaTeX and Babel packages to facilitate the use of Greek language.
This is a template we have designed to facilitate the reporting of whole genome sequencing-based results for Mycobacterium tuberculosis diagnosis, phenotyping, and epidemiologcal clustering. A manuscript describing how we arrived at this template is being submitted to PeerJ in October, 2017. We will update this document with a link to the article – "Evidence-Based Design and Evaluation of a Whole Genome Sequencing Clinical Report for the Reference Microbiology Laboratory" – when it comes online.
This template surrounds a document class intended for writing graduate theses at the Technion - Israel Institute of Technology (www.technion.ac.il).
The class allows for setting your entire thesis - including the Hebrew parts - into a single PDF, with page numberings going in opposite directions for the left-to-right and right-to-left part, and with appropriate margins, so that when you print the PDF you can immediately bind it as a booklet and submit it.
The class adheres to the Technion Graduate School's requirements from submitted theses, which involves some tricky specifics difficult to achieve with generic LaTeX document classes or templates from other universities.
It has been officially adopted by the Faculty of Computer Science and is also available from www.cs.technion.ac.il. Updates are first made to the github repository at https://github.com/eyalroz/technion-iit-thesis, where you can also report issues and make feature requests, and will occasionally be pushed here.
Example CV based on the 1.5-column-cv template:
XeTeX CV template with a "1.5-column" layout (narrow left column for headings, wide right column for content), offering very simple and extensive customisation possibilities.
See https://github.com/qwhxm/1.5-column-cv for more examples and detailed description.