This is a template for managing long documents in LaTeX. It combines goodies from few different libraries to support writing long documents. It was developed for the purposes of writing a thesis. It includes example split of files, glossary, watermark, line numbers, appendices, references with BibTeX, custom command and example sections.
The RiSE LaTeX template is a project for providing an elegant, almost fully customizable, LaTeX class and template for B.Sc., M.Sc. and Ph.D. thesis. It is developed by RiSE researchers and it was initially based on UFPE Thesis class proposed for undergraduate and graduate programs at Center for Informatics—Federal University of Pernambuco. The manual of UFPE Thesis class is still valid for the RiSE template.
This template was originally published on ShareLaTeX and subsequently moved to Overleaf in November 2019.
Metropolia Thesis LaTeX Template by Panu Leppäniemi, Patrik Luoto and Patrick Ausderau.
This template was uploaded by the Overleaf team (November 2019) to replace a much earlier version originally published on ShareLaTeX.
This document provides working examples of how to use LaTeX and Overleaf to write Master theses and PhD dissertations that conform to the specifications of the University of North Carolina at Charlotte (UNCC) graduate school.
Dr. Andrew Willis