The MIT thesis template in LaTeX

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The current MIT thesis template was developed in 2023, using up-to-date LaTeX coding, to meet the current formatting requirements of the MIT Libraries. The title and abstract pages are automatically laid out from information provided by the user. This template includes options to use a variety of fonts, and it is compatible with either pdfTeX or unicode engines such as luaLaTeX. When using LaTeX formats dated November 2022 or later, the resulting pdf file meets the PDF/A-2b archivability standard. A standard TeX Live installation includes all other packages required by the template.

This template was written by John Lienhard at the request of the MIT Libraries.

  • Documentation: Documentation for the template is available in pdf format here .
  • Download: The most current LaTeX files for this template are distributed through the Comprehensive TeX Archive Network (CTAN): https://ctan.org/pkg/mitthesis Download
  • Overleaf.com: A copy of the thesis template is also present in Overleaf.com's template gallery, here . Overleaf includes all the packages in TeX Live, so no additional downloads are needed. Learn more about Overleaf at MIT .

Specifications for MIT theses

The formatting requirements for MIT theses are set by the MIT Libraries, as described at this url: http://libraries.mit.edu/archives/thesis-specs/ . Questions regarding these specifications should be directed to [email protected] .

The original LaTeX 2.09 template was written by Stephen Gildea in the late 1980s (also in CTAN, here ). That template was edited by many later students, leading to the files archived here.

LaTeX has changed greatly since the original MIT thesis template was written. LaTeX 2.09 was replaced by LaTeX2e in 1994. New engines were developed, particularly pdfTeX during the 1990s and Unicode-aware engines in the decades that followed. Many packages and fonts were developed to accompany the original platform, particularly after 2000; and major updates to the LaTeX kernel began in 2018. Over the years, the MIT Libraries have changed the required format several times, especially as electronic thesis submission has become the norm. The original template served MIT well; but by the early 2020s, it was substantially out of date. That situation motivated the creation of this new template.

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Thesis Proposal

In the thesis proposal, the PhD or DES student lays out an intended course of research for the dissertation.  By accepting the thesis proposal, the student’s dissertation proposal committee agrees that the proposal is practicable and acceptable, that its plan and prospectus are satisfactory, and that the candidate is competent in the knowledge and techniques required, and formally recommends that the candidate proceed according to the prospectus and under the supervision of the dissertation committee. It is part of the training of the student’s research apprenticeship that the form of this proposal must be as concise as those proposals required by major funding agencies.

The student proposes to a committee consisting of the student’s advisor and two other researchers who meet requirements for dissertation committee membership.  The advisor should solicit the prospective committee members, not the student. In cases where the research and departmental advisors are different , both must serve on the committee.

The student prepares a proposal document that consists of a core, plus any optional appendices. The core is limited to 30 pages (e.g., 12 point font, single spacing, 1 inch margins all around), and should contain sections describing 1) the problem and its background, 2) the innovative claims of the proposed work and its relation to existing work, 3) a description of at least one initial result that is mature enough to be able to be written up for submission to a conference, and 4) a plan for completion of the research. The committee commits to read and respond to the core, but reserves the right to refuse a document whose core exceeds the page limit. The student cannot assume that the committee will read or respond to any additional appendices.

The complete doctoral thesis proposal document must be disseminated to the entire dissertation committee no later than two weeks (14 days) prior to the proposal presentation. The PhD Program Administrator must be informed of the scheduling of the proposal presentation no later than two weeks (14 days) prior to the presentation. Emergency exceptions to either of these deadlines can be granted by the Director of Graduate Studies or the Department Chair on appeal by the advisor and agreement of the committee.

A latex thesis proposal template is available here .

PRESENTATION AND FEEDBACK

The student presents the proposal in a prepared talk of 45 minutes to the committee, and responds to any questions and feedback by the committee.

The student’s advisor, upon approval of the full faculty, establishes the target semester by which the thesis proposal must be successfully completed. The target semester must be no later than the eighth semester, and the student must be informed of the target semester no later than the sixth semester.

The candidacy   exam  must be successfully completed  before  the  proposal can be attempted.  The proposal must be completed prior to submitting the application for defense. [Instituted by full faculty vote September 16, 2015.]

Passing or failing is determined by consensus of the committee, who then sign the dissertation proposal form (sent to advisors by phd-advising@cs.  Failure to pass the thesis proposal by the end of the target semester or the eighth semester, whichever comes first, is deemed unsatisfactory progress: the PhD or DES student is normally placed on probation and can be immediately dismissed from the program. However, on appeal of the student’s advisor, one semester’s grace can be granted by the full faculty.

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PhD/MPhil Thesis - a LaTeX Template

A new version of this, by Krishna Kumar, is available. Features include -

  • Conforms to the Student Registry PhD dissertation guidelines and CUED PhD guidelines
  • Supports LaTeX, XeLaTeX and LuaLaTeX
  • Adaptive Title Page: Title page adapts to title length
  • Title page with both College and University crests.
  • Print / On-line version: Different layout and hyper-referencing styles
  • Pre-defined and custom fonts (Times / Fourier / Latin Modern) with math support
  • Supports system fonts (XeLaTeX)
  • Pre-defined and custom bibliography style support (authoryear / numbered / custom)
  • Custom page styles: 3 Different Header / Footer styles
  • Pre-defined and custom margin size
  • A separate abstract with thesis title and author name, along with the titlepage can be generated by passing the argument abstract to the document class.
  • Option to generate only specific chapters and references without the frontmatter and title page. Useful for review and corrections.
  • Draft mode: Draft water mark, timestamp, version numbering and line numbering

July 2018: On CUED's central Linux system, you'll need to change Preamble/preamble.tex , commenting out the \usepackage{siunitx} ... line by putting a % symbol at the start of it. (some of our packages are too out of date)

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Dear soon-to-to-be Physics PhD,

If you reading this file, you are getting ready to graduate and move on to the next stage of your life.

This folder contains LaTex thesis templates modified to fullfil the GT thesis format. The intended users are those who are already somewhat familiar with LaTex. We hope you will find this template useful.

If you are an MS Windows user, a free compiler "MikTex" is available on  http://www.miktex.org .

A useful Windows text editor "WinEdt" (shareware, not freeware) is available on  http://www.winedt.com .

The text file "GT graduation FAQ.txt," contains the answers to frequency asked questions. Please take a look at this first.

The pdf document, "lshort.pdf," is the "Not So Short Introduction to LaTex 2e."

The text file "GT Thesis Template FAQ.txt" contains a list of LaTex tricks and modifications for "gatech-thesis.cls" in order to fullfil the GT thesis format requirements. We have implemented these modifications for you and the modified .cls file is saved as "gatech-thesis-physics.cls".

The file "msc_sty.bst" is the bibliography style file, which is modified to conform with the citation format of Physical Review Letters.

The folder "gatech-thesis-physics" contains a "toy'' PhD thesis as an example. Inside this folder, the main control tex file is "thesis.tex". As practice, just compile this file again. If the compilation is successful, you are qualified to use this template and you may start to fill-in your thesis in this format.

Enjoy your thesis writing, and good luck!

Jiang Xiao (PhD 2006) Ming-Shien Chang (PhD 2006) Andrew Zangwill (Graduate Coordinator)

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Template for latex phd thesis title page.

Often universities provide official LaTeX templates for PhD theses. If your university doesn’t, here is a template. The template includes the most common elements of a thesis title page:

  • University’s or institute’s logo
  • Thesis title
  • Author’s name
  • Degree the thesis is submitted for
  • Submission date

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A few remarks

The template may have to be adapted, as it most likely won’t fulfil your university’s or institute’s official thesis guidelines.

If the official guidelines do not explicitly state it, do not use more than two different font sizes. In the template, I used the same font size throughout the title page ( \Large ).

To center content of the title page and still use twoside -margins for the thesis, use the geometry package :

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13. May 2014 at 19:21

Tom, do you know how I can make the page numbers in an index to be hyperlinks please? I haven’t found any way of doing it online.

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14. May 2014 at 7:35

Just use the linktoc=all option when you load the hyperref package .

14. May 2014 at 11:07

I’ve tried it but it didn’t work, FYI this is the relevant part of my file header –

There is no change at all in the index page, unfortunately! 🙁

14. May 2014 at 11:18

You load the hyperref package twice with different options. Use this instead:

Also, hyperref has to be the last package loaded ( exceptions ).

Finally, always typeset twice for changes to appear in the TOC.

14. May 2014 at 11:22

sorted by using

14. May 2014 at 11:26

Great to hear, thanks!

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19. May 2014 at 9:44

Hello Tom, I like how your template looks so clean and simple. Do you think it is wise to use the “titlepage” environment for a title? It is used in the Wikibook about LaTeX ( https://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/LaTeX/Title_Creation ).

19. May 2014 at 10:28

Thanks for the positive feedback! Personally, I’ve never used the titlepage environment, \maketitle has done the job so far. You may want to take a look at the discussion on the topic here to decide what’s your best choice…

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3. September 2014 at 9:55

I have really liked the templete. Can you please tell me where should I put the logo if I also want to mention the name of the university in the title page?

5. September 2014 at 2:59

Personally, I’d place the university name right before the year and keep the logo on top. There might be guidelines of your school defining the order.

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11. September 2014 at 2:50

Hi Tom, Thanks for the template! It seems that newgeometry does not work with version 4 of the geometry package. Is there another possibility to get the twoside margins?

12. September 2014 at 4:25

Interesting question. You could either update your version of geometry, \newgeometry was introduced in version 5, or use the gmeometric package instead.

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18. September 2014 at 15:49

Nice, simple, clean template. Thanks for sharing. Unfortunately, when I use this, it adds page numbers (which I do not want) and also includes a blank first page.

I have to use this as my preamble.

If I do not comment out the first line, it does no compile

How can I remove the page numbers and the blank first page.

20. September 2014 at 16:36

To switch pages number off, use:

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5. February 2015 at 17:51

Hi Tom Is it possible to have two logos side by side on the cover page (joint phd and both univversities’ logos must appear). Any idea how I can implement this?

14. February 2015 at 5:50

Hi Michael,

Try the minipage environment as shown below. If this doesn’t work, please provide a minimal working example. Thanks, Tom.

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11. May 2015 at 18:45

Thanks Tom for the Template

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10. August 2015 at 17:54

If the titlepage has different margin settings, which is quite often the case, i tend to recommend to include the titlepage as a standalone document with includepdf from pdfpages. A titlepage doesn’t change every few minutes and is quite static. Clompetely avoiding the newgeometry stuff.

11. August 2015 at 12:15

Thanks for your comment. I agree, that’s a neat way of keeping the titlepage separated from the rest of the document. Best, Tom.

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8. May 2016 at 9:23

Sir Please tell me how to write 4 to 5 authors in title page of a report?

10. May 2016 at 10:58

You can use the author macro as shown in the minimal working example below.

10. May 2016 at 18:14

Depending on how you want your complete author section output, there might be better ways. In some cases, it is even more painless to do the titlepage by hand.

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LaTeX template for PhD thesis

This page describes a LaTeX template for writing up your PhD or DPhil . It can be downloaded from here. The template could also serve as a backbone for writing similar documents, like Bachelor and Masters theses. Using the template only requires minimal knowledge of LaTeX, and it contains in-line comments explaining the most essential LaTeX mark-up in the document, mainly the introduction.tex file. If you don't have a LaTeX environment on your computer, you can find some instructions below (Requirements section).

  • 1 Overview of template layout
  • 2 Download and use
  • 3 Requirements
  • 4.1 History of changes

Overview of template layout

Using this LaTeX template you will be able to produce a professionally typeset PDF document with useful features not found in most PDFs. Most of the document structure will be generated automatically without you having to set it up manually, saving you several hours of layout twiddling. Favourite features are the automatic placement of figures close to the text references and avoiding orphan lines (see below for a full list).

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  • cover page with institution crest and personal details (panel 1, top left)
  • automatic table of contents, automatic numbering of chapters, section,.. (panel 2)
  • automatic listing of all figures and tables after the table of contents (panel 3 & 4, top right)
  • automatic glossary in 2 columns (panel 5, bottom left)
  • special layout for the start of a chapter, always on a main page (odd page number) (panel 6)
  • easy placement of figures with bold title and indented caption below using a macro (panel 7)
  • automatic generation of reference section / bibliography at the end of the document (panel 8, bottom right)

The template does most of the layout work for you. Nevertheless, you can of course change the layout if desired. You might want a different citation style or you may not need an abstract. Many alternatives are given within the documents of the template as inactive lines (preceded by %), which can be activated as desired by uncommenting (removing the % sign).

Download and use

  • download the archive with all the text files making up the template: PhDtemplateLATEX.zip (2 MB) - If you have improved the template, feel free to upload a new version [1]
  • unpack the archive after download
  • you will find a folder structure resembling the document ( 0_frontmatter, 1_introduction,.. 9_backmatter )
  • start by looking at the introduction.tex file in the folder /1_introduction ; it contains detailed comments explaining LaTeX and this template
  • you can start directly by adding contents to the sub-document, e.g. the introduction.tex file
  • also add your personal information to the central document thesis.tex which calls up all the other sub-documents

Requirements

  • LaTeX environment: pre-installed on many Linux OSs or via installers like MacTeX package (free)
  • LaTeX compiler, e.g. TeXShop (free, OS X)
  • For TeXShop, I recommend the Latexmk405TeXShop package which will ease compilation of your document a lot. you can download it here . Installation instructions are included.

To use the template you'll need a piece of software that assembles the PDF from the various text files. There are flavours of this for all operating systems. For example on the Mac, I would recommend TexShop. You might also find a citation manager useful, although not strictly required. You can make the file containing the references (BibTex file) using the web site CiteULike instead. A reference manager comes with additional handy features though. On the Apple computers, BibDesk is the best because its freeware with PubMed import, easy keyword tagging, and PDF linking/viewing.

Credits and call for improvements

If you adapt the template, change the layout, iron out glitches, write explanations, etc. please upload your improvements and make them available to the community .

Especially the glossary generation is still complicated. It would be great if this were simplified. I had to resort to the command line using the OS X Terminal programme: makeindex thesis.nlo -s path/nomencl.ist -o thesis.nls (file paths may have to be added).

History of changes

  • Thanks to Till Korten for bug fixes and further improvements added in 2009.
  • I extended and corrected (glossary, page number 1/2 duplicated, some layout changes,..) Harish's template in 2007 and posted it here for community use.
  • This template is based on Harish Bhanderi's PhD template from 2002. Thanks for a well done template.
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    LaTeX Templates for Reports/Theses and Experiment Reports. Thesis pre-proposal (sketch) template. Pre-proposals are brief two-page documents for identifying the core of a possible research project. PhD Proposal and Dissertation Template (Fall 2016; offline copy: phd-dissertation-template.zip).

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    8. May 2014 by tom 22 Comments. Often universities provide official LaTeX templates for PhD theses. If your university doesn't, here is a template. The template includes the most common elements of a thesis title page: University's or institute's logo. Thesis title. Author's name. Degree the thesis is submitted for.

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    LaTeX-template-phd-thesis-proposal. LaTeX Template for OIST PhD Thesis Proposal. All instructions are specified within the templates themselves. Contact Examination team ( [email protected]) for any question related to the templates. If you would like to make a change, PRs are welcome. GitHub is where people build software.

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    LaTeX template for PhD thesis. This page describes a LaTeX template for writing up your PhD or DPhil. It can be downloaded from here. The template could also serve as a backbone for writing similar documents, like Bachelor and Masters theses. Using the template only requires minimal knowledge of LaTeX, and it contains in-line comments ...

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    This is an **unofficial** LaTeX template for ARA proposals created based on the official docx template in 2023. Please carefully read the official instructions when using this template. Zhixuan Yang Propostion Volume Thematique Revue TAL Template pour la soumission d'une proposition de volume thématique à la revue TAL