phd thesis template
The thesis templates are highly customizable, and there are many options and macros available for your use. Most of these are documented in the comments in each file, especially main.tex. You are encouraged to read through the comments.
You may download the thesis templates here: templates.zip.
This template provides a full framework for writing a graduate level thesis. It is carefully structured and separated into multiple parts for easy editing. Included are the following pages/sections: a cover page, declaration of authorship, quotation, abstract, acknowledgements, contents page(s), list of figures, list of tables, abbreviations, physical constants, symbols, dedication, example chapter, example appendix and bibliography.
An example chapter is included which explains the basics of LaTeX and this template. It contains everything you need to know to begin writing your academic thesis using this template.
The zip file contains:
The report template works in the same way as the student thesis template and you can therefore use the instructions for the student thesis template. For those of you who prefer to work in InDesign, there is a report template developed by SLU communication.
It has been tested with TeTeX distribution on Linux and MiKTeX distribution on Windows, and has been reported to work on Macs as well. You can use various typesetting/compilation environments, depending on the operating system you are using. For example, TexStudio works well on Windows.
The zip file above contains a package for BU Engineering MS Thesis and PhD Dissertation preparation in LaTeX/BiBTeX typesetting environment. It specifies thesis/dissertation style conforming to the requirements described in the “Guide for Writers of Theses & Dissertations” published by BU libraries.