This is an example journal template to demonstrate the integrated submission process from Overleaf to journals using the Aries Editorial Manager manuscript tracking system.
To test out the submission process, simply click the "Open as Template" button above to create a new project in Overleaf based on the journal template. Fill out any details you wish to in your demo article, and when ready, click the "Submit to Journal" button in the top bar of the Overleaf editor, and follow the instructions to complete your test submission.
If you're interested in find out more, or to set up a submission link like this for your journal(s), please get in touch - we'd love to hear from you!
This is a skeleton file demonstrating the use of the IEEEtran.cls style with a one-column IEEE journal paper, and with example bibliography files included. (Please refer to your journal's instructions for other document class options to set before submitting.)
These bibliography files are includes to provide one example of how to set up a bibliography for your IEEE paper.
For more information on using bibtex for references in your IEEE journal papers, see this FAQ.
IEEEtran.cls version: 1.8b
Bioinformatics provides a forum for the exchange of information in the fields of computational molecular biology and post-genome bioinformatics, with emphasis on the documentation of new algorithms and databases that allows the progress of bioinformatics and biomedical research in a significant manner.
For more information, please refer to the publisher's instructions.
This template was downloaded from here (so it's rather old), but you probably don't really need a LaTeX template — APS provides a form-based submission interface that would eventually generate the PDF via LaTeX anyway. This template is here for you to preview you abstract — it may not exactly resemble the final output as generated by APS' submission page.
American Physical Society (uploaded by LianTze Lim)
This Blackboard beamer theme and template was created by Kazuki Maeda <firstname.lastname@example.org> for Japanese presentations, but can be used for English (or other European languages) presentations as well. It has been modified to work with XeLaTeX.
p/s: The blackboard background was drawn with TikZ; the code is also included in the template.