Template for graduate work (HEPL) - FR
Le template permet de faciliter la rédaction de mémoires pour les étudiants de master. Elle fournit également des exemples en LaTeX pour faciliter l'apprentissage et permet également d'accélérer le processus d'écriture par une mise en page fixe et simple mais professionnelle.
This template is designed to offer an aesthetically pleasing resume that adheres to a formal and institutional tone, making it suitable for applications to companies and research centers requiring a high degree of professionalism. Navy blue has been chosen as the primary color to align with these objectives. The code is well-documented and annotated, allowing users to easily customize and modify it according to their needs. Please note that the template's content is meant to be humorous and should not be taken literally. We are grateful for your interest in using this template for your professional endeavors.
Produces documents according to the thesis guidelines of the University of Calgary Faculty of Graduate Studies. It uses the memoir class, which provides very powerful and flexible mechanisms for book design and layout. All memoir commands for changing chapter and section headings, page layout, fancy foot- and endnotes, typesetting poems, etc., can be used. (Memoir is meant as a replacement for the standard LaTeX classes, so all standard LaTeX commands such as \chapter, \section, etc., still work.) Likewise, any of memoir’s class options can be passed as options to ucalgmthesis, in particular 12pt to select 12 point type (11 point is the default).
This template contains instructions for authors planning to submit a paper to one of the following Cambridge journals:
Journal of Law and Courts
State Politics & Policy Quarterly
You can use this template in Overleaf to write and collaborate online in LaTeX. Once your article is complete, you can submit directly to any of the journals that use this template using the ‘Submit to journal’ option in the Overleaf editor and choosing the journal from the drop-down selection.
For more information on how to write in LaTeX using Overleaf, see this video tutorial , or contact the journal for more information on submissions.