This is a nice example brochure template provided by Nicola Talbot using the flowfram package. The flowfram package lets you create frames in a document such that the document content flows from one frame to the next in the order in which they were defined. This is useful for creating posters or magazines or any other form of document that does not conform to the standard one or two column layout. Here we present the sample brochure provided with the flowfram package - it is preloaded into writeLaTeX and ready for real-time editing online. Simply click the screenshot above to create your own brochure and get started!
This is a LaTeX template for São Paulo Research Foundation (FAPESP) Project.
For information about FAPESP, visit the site http://www.fapesp.br/en
Este é um modelo LaTeX para o projeto da Fundação de Ampario à Pesquisa do Estado de São Paulo (FAPESP).
Para mais informações sobre a FAPESP, visite o site http://www.fapesp.br/en
Author/Autor: André Leon Sampaio Gradvohl, Dr.
Lattes CV: http://lattes.cnpq.br/9343261628675642
Last update/Última versão: 27/Oct/2019
This is an (unofficial) free-of-errors LaTeX template for a Ph.D. thesis at EPFL. The original files can be found on this repository.
Mahmoud Shaqfa implemented only slight modifications on the original template and uploaded it on Overleaf for wider outreach. It is distributed under the MIT license conditions.
This presentation template adheres to the University Style Guidelines as specified on https://marketing.uic.edu/marketing-toolbox/university-style-guide/ .
Font is the only stylistic element that could not be specified to strictly adhere to these guidelines. Implementing fonts is nontrivial in LaTeX. One could utilize an alternate compiler to implement *.ttf fonts, but I could not figure out how to do this without conflicts/errors.
This template can easily be adapted to other departments using the UIC logos available on the marketing.uic.edu website.