SNU PhD dissertation template. GitHub at https://github.com/ysBach/snu-dissertation-template
For the minimum structure, go to https://github.com/taehoonlee/snu-dissertation-template
This utmthesis class was first created back in 2006.
Since then, thanks to the various contributors over the years, it has matured into this.
List of major contributors (sorted alphabetically)
Lim Lian Tze
Loo Hui Ru
Muhammad Nadzir Marsono
Ng Choon Ching
Teo Hui Ming
Vishnu P. Nambiar
Yap Yung Szen
Wan Zuki Azman
credits also to other contributors/testers whose names are not listed here
UTMthesis.cls v6.4 (2021/05/02) conforms with the 2018 UTM thesis manual.
These instructions are for extended abstract submissions including both regular and poster submissions. It grants the authors with basic guidelines for preparing papers for the 15th International Conference on Disability, Virtual Reality and Associated Technologies (ICDVRAT), 2024. In collaboration with the National Institute of Mental Health (NUDZ) and Czech Institute of Informatics, Robotics and Cybernetics (CTU) in Prague, Czech Republic.
This template fills the gap in the available variety of templates by proposing something that is not a custom class, not using any hard-coded settings deeply hidden in style files, and provides a handful of custom command definitions that are as transparent as it gets. Developed at the University of Luxembourg.
Target audience: applicants in the IT industry, or business in general.
The main strength of this template is, it explicitly showcases how to break the flow of text to achieve the most flexible right alignment of dates for multiple configurations.
This is a template for Master's/PhD thesis for the department of Physics, Engineering Physics, and Astronomy, Queen's University. However, this can be used for all graduate thesis in general. Feel free to change it according to your needs.