Posters are a great way to showcase your work, whether at conferences, class presentations, or university open days. Formatting a poster correctly can be difficult but these templates and examples make it easy to create beautiful, eye-catching posters with key content clearly laid out. Each template provides placeholders for text, tables, figures and equations. Font size is usually set automatically, and it’s easy to switch between landscape or portrait, A0, A1, A2, A3 and A4 size posters.
LaTeX template for posters from Harvey Mudd College.
This template was uploaded by the Overleaf team in December 2019 to replace an old version originally published on ShareLaTeX.
Original source: https://github.com/hmcmathematics/thesis-poster.
Further information: https://www.hmc.edu/mathematics/student-mathematics-resources/mathematics-posters/.
I adapted the Jacobs Landscape Poster LaTeX Template created by the Computational Physics and Biophysics Group at Jacobs University
to have a simple, classic LaTeX look, and included colours specified by the Dalhousie brand guide.
The original template I had built upon is also on the Overleaf Gallery with the heading "Unnecessarily Complicated Research title.
Created by: Computational Physics and Biophysics Group at Jacobs University
Further modified by:
Nathaniel Johnston (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Modified further still by:
Abraham Nunes (nunes <at> dal <dot> ca)
CC BY-NC-SA 3.0
This is a portrait version of the Jacobs Landscape Poster LaTeX Template, which was created by the Computational Physics and Biophysics Group, Jacobs University, with further modifications by: Nathaniel Johnston and Vel Gayevskiy (of LaTeXTemplates.com/)
CC BY-NC-SA 3.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/3.0/)
Based on the landscape version by Computational Physics and Biophysics Group, Jacobs University, with modification by Nathaniel Johnston and Vel Gayevskiy. This portrait version by John Hammersley.