- Fixed some error messages, suppressed some warnings.
- Changed acronym package to acro package
This thesis is based on the classic thesis template made by André Miede, which was modified in turn by Matthias Langer to fit La Trobe's guidelines are they don't provide a template. I modified it slightly further to change to margins to fit the department of physics requirements, in addition to changing the language to Australian and adding a page for acronyms. I've since added plotting examples using python. This is released under the GNU General Public License v2.0. I
André Miede, Matthias Langer, Jörn Hees, Blair Haydon
This template includes a variety of useful packages to help you write your thesis without regards for the style. It is divided in a simple yet standardized and logical sections from beginning to end and contains all important aspects that must be taken into consideration such as bibliography and tables of contents, lists, figures and so on.
Note: This template comes with some guides to help you create environments for inserting images, tables, code snippets, etc., but I highly recommend you to learn a little bit more about latex, especially if you have never used it before
This is an unofficial version of McMaster University's Master's/Doctoral Thesis Template according to the guideline of the School of Graduate Studies at Mac.
Version 1.2 (21 Aug 2022)
This was first modified in 2016 according to McMaster SGS 2016 Guideline by Dr. Omar Boursalie. This version is updated according to McMaster SGS 2021 Guideline and made compatible with Overleaf by me. Will try to update it occasionally (if needed).
Please get in touch if you find any issues. Will try to fix it!
TeX Live version: 2020 (Legacy)