This theme includes minor changes from the original METU LaTeX template provided in the school website, created by Utku Erdoğdu, and Güneş Erkan. These changes are done for my own PhD thesis in the Department of Industrial Design and are listed below. I'm uploading it in case any other fellow METU researchers find them useful!
Thesis template files to get started. This template is especially suited for MS and PhD students of Middle East Technisal University (METU) as Graduate School of Applied Science publishes and promotes usage of LaTeX.
Original template is provided under http://fbe.metu.edu.tr/thesis-manual. It is fetched as of August 2nd, 2013.
- This version uses Biblatex with Biber backend for references with APA 7 formatting.
- Includes support for referencing movies and TV shows.
- Includes an Appendix option to show original quotes, if you present translated quotes in your text from interviews etc. See comments for usage.
- Updated the Turkish title of Industrial Design department as "Endüstriyel Tasarım" from "Endüstri Ürünleri Tasarımı"
- Other minor fixes.
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Emre Caglar, Furkan Çengel / Original Theme: Utku Erdoğdu, Güneş Erkan
This template shows how you can use the apa6 package to write a manuscript in the style of the sixth edition of the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association, which is widely used in the social sciences.
The template includes an example bibliography that shows how to automatically generate APA-style citations and bibliography entries. Please see the apa6 package documentation for more information.
LaTeX template designed for typesetting BSc MSc MPhil and PhD theses for University of Aberdeen degrees.
This template was originally published on ShareLaTeX and subsequently moved to Overleaf in November 2019.
Throughout the ECE Lab section we have learnt many electronics concepts and applied almost all of them directly or indirectly in our final lab project. Additionally, having taken away a lot from this course, we aimed to make a project that would challenge us academically and intellectually; for our final lab assignment, we made an autonomous line-following robot, that would follow a white line track using RedBot sensors, and would respond to audio cues from the environment using a microphone. In this report, we explain the use of each of the components that were used to make the final vehicle and the working of the vehicle itself.