This document contains the template for scientific work (Bachelor/Master/Doctoral Theses) at the CoDiS Lab Graz from Graz University of Technology. Feel free to use and modify the template.
This template is based on the great work of Karl Voit.
This template has all of the macros I have found useful in the past 4 years of my undergrad. I got most of these macros from my REU mentor Prof. Raul Gomez. This should be useful for anyone doing algebra/topology/algebraic geometry/geometry/category theory or anything else using diagrams. Also has some useful templates for theorems, lemmas, observations and proofs. It has all of the standard things that mathematician need in her preamble, like hyperref, amsmath, all the packages that are used for commutative diagrams, and much more.
This latex template is acceptable by the University of British Columbia for MSc or PhD theses. It has been transferred to OverLeaf by Naba Mukhtar, and slightly updated in 2021 by Leah Edelstein-Keshet
Template for submissions to Elsevier journals using the elsarticle.cls (v3.3) document class.
Please use and set your project's main document to one of the following, depending on the citation scheme you need:
elsarticle-template-num.tex, template file for numerical citations
elsarticle-template-harv.tex, template file for name-year citations
elsarticle-template-num-names.tex, template file for numerical
citations + new natbib option. Eg. Jones et al.