A template well suited for a PhD thesis or a project at DIKU (Departement of Computer Science at the University of Copenhagen, Denmark).
It includes detailed explanations on how to customize your table of contents entries, your headers and other details that I have had to look up when writing my own thesis.
I hope it will make thesis writing a bit easier. Good luck!
This template is inspired from the templte published by Alex Jørgensen, available at:
A thesis template adapted for Algeria university's requirements (specially USTHB). The thesis divided into three main parts are:
Front matter: This part contains:
Title Page, Dedication, Acknowledgement, Abstract ( French, Arabic, and English), Table of Contents. (Without page numbering)
List of Figures, Tables, Algorithms and Nomenclature.(Page numbering is Roman)
Main matter: All the chapters of the thesis and the bibliography are included here, the page numbering Arabic was used in this part
Back matter: The appendices are included here, the page numbering alphabetic was used in this part.
This template has also the following properties:
Automatic generation of Nomenclature and its divided into Roman, Greek, Mathematical symbols and Abbreviations.
The main Language is French, but it's easy to switch to English
Files management is easy and clear
The most used packages are included in the Preamble