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Posters are a great way to showcase your work, whether at conferences, class presentations, or university open days. Formatting a poster correctly can be difficult but these templates and examples make it easy to create beautiful, eye-catching posters with key content clearly laid out. Each template provides placeholders for text, tables, figures and equations. Font size is usually set automatically, and it’s easy to switch between landscape or portrait, A0, A1, A2, A3 and A4 size posters.

Yet Another beamerposter Theme with Variable Sizes and Colour Themes (Landscape)
Yet Another beamerposter Theme with Variable Sizes and Colour Themes (Landscape)
This is the beamerposter theme I hacked together for my poster presentation – enjoy! Possible paper sizes: a0, a0b, a1, a2, a3, a4. Possible orientations: portrait, landscape Font sizes can be changed using the scale option. Three colour themes available (you create your own!)
LianTze Lim
HTML Cheat Sheet New
HTML Cheat Sheet New
HTML Cheat Sheet Edited by Michelle Cristina de Sousa Baltazar baposter Landscape Poster This template has been downloaded from: http://www.LaTeXTemplates.com
Michelle Baltazar
Writing Posters with Markdown
Writing Posters with Markdown
The markdown package makes it possible to use markdown in LaTeX documents. Now here's an example to show how markdown can be used to create posters, especially using beamerposter.
LianTze Lim
Imperial College London Competition Poster Template
Imperial College London Competition Poster Template
Imperial College London provides a set of Competition Poster Templates with official colour-scheme and branding guidelines. Here we provide LaTeX versions of these templates, which use the beamer poster theme created for Imperial College by Lian Tze Lim (Overleaf). To start working on your poster, simply click the 'Open as Template' button above. You'll be able to set up your template to use any of the four official Imperial College London poster colour-schemes: Black Dark Blue Light Blue White The template also provides the option to toggle between different sizes (e.g. A0, A1) and different orientations (portrait, landscape) as required. The example poster shown on the right uses the White colour-scheme, and is set to be A0, portrait by default.
Imperial College London and LianTze Lim
POSTER SOCHIAS 2017: Blazars study with the 40m telescope
POSTER SOCHIAS 2017: Blazars study with the 40m telescope
Blazars are a type of Active Galactic Nucleus (AGN), characterized by the emission of a relativistic jet that points close to our line of sight. They are extremely powerful, variable emitters from radio to gamma-ray wavelengths. By cross-correlating light-curves from different energies, it is possible to determine the physical condition of the blazar emitting region, i.e. mechanism, morphology, distance from block hole to the actual emission, etc. In 2007, the 40m telescope at the Owens Valley Radio Observatory (OVRO) embarked on a new research campaign. In support of the Fermi Gamma-ray Space Telescope, the OVRO 40m telescope is monitoring more than 1800 blazars twice per week. In 2014, a new Ku-band spectropolarimeter receiver, KuPol, was installed on the 40m telescope with the aim of elucidating about potential spectral fluctuations that may arise during the flaring events. In this poster, we will present relevant information and preliminar results from KuPol and the actual status of its calibration, and also as well as the current state of the PSD analysis, where we are applying Fourier Transform to the signals.
Natalia Molina
Simple Conference Poster with Dalhousie Colours
Simple Conference Poster with Dalhousie Colours
I adapted the Jacobs Landscape Poster LaTeX Template created by the Computational Physics and Biophysics Group at Jacobs University to have a simple, classic LaTeX look, and included colours specified by the Dalhousie brand guide. The original template I had built upon is also on the Overleaf Gallery with the heading "Unnecessarily Complicated Research title. Created by: Computational Physics and Biophysics Group at Jacobs University Further modified by: Nathaniel Johnston (nathaniel@njohnston.ca) Modified further still by: Abraham Nunes (nunes <at> dal <dot> ca) License: CC BY-NC-SA 3.0
Abraham Nunes
grav redshifts
grav redshifts
Uno de los fenómenos más extendidamente estudiados y considerados en la Cosmología Observacional es el corrimiento al rojo. En particular, el corrimiento al rojo gravitacional es la tendencia de la luz proveniente de los cúmulos de galaxias (galaxy clusters en inglés) a correrse hacia el rojo en su espectro electromagnético que llega a la Tierra, debido a los pozos de potencial gravitacional que traspasa a la hora de desplazarse hasta nosotros. Se sabe que este corrimiento es proporcional a estas diferencias del potencial gravitacional entre una y otra región dentro de los cúmulos, y es más observado sobretodo en aglomeraciones más densas de estrellas; por lo cual está considerado como fenómeno de gran escala en cosmología. En años recientes (Wojtak, 2011) (Croft, 2013), se ha mostrado cómo la fenomenología del corrimiento al rojo gravitacional va de la mano con lo propuesto por la teoría de la Relatividad General de Einstein, ya con un siglo de antigüedad, y su vertiente contemporánea más exitosa dentro de la cosmología: el modelo ΛCDM. Teorías modificadas de la gravedad como f(R) y MOND-TeVeS se han prestado a comparaciones en los últimos años. Se describe pues aquí un poco de los resultados de estos análisis comparativos recientes, para corrimientos al rojo gravitacionales de cúmulos de galaxias.
Omar Velasco
Beamerposter Template based on Jacobs Landscape Poster and Masaryk University's Fibeamer Theme
Beamerposter Template based on Jacobs Landscape Poster and Masaryk University's Fibeamer Theme
Beamerposter Template based on Jacobs Landscape Poster and Masaryk University's Fibeamer Theme
Jumaidil Awal

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