PhD thesis template for the University of Oxford Mathematical Institute.
The ociamthesis.cls was written by K.A. Gillow. The latest version (2.2) was released on 22/11/2010. The class is based upon the standard report class around which most people design their thesis.
For more information please see the corresponding thesis class FAQ page.
This is the LaTeX template for Imperial College London PhD Thesis submissions created by Tamas Suto and William Knottenbelt
For more information on preparing your thesis for submission, and to download other forms, please see the Information for Current Full-time DOC Research Students page on the Imperial website.
Example article template based on “A Classic Thesis Style” (created by Andre Miede).
See also: http://www.ctan.org/tex-archive/macros/latex/contrib/classicthesis/
This template was originally published on ShareLaTeX and subsequently moved to Overleaf in October 2019.
The thesis template is a modified version of the thesis template from Overleaf (WriteLaTeX) website, suitable for the English thesis prepared with the letter head of the Tel Aviv University and the example of inclusion of the Hebrew part of the thesis.
CODECraft develop a new way to teach programming basic skills while you play a super popular game called Minecraft. Using different Minecraft modification (Forge, Mystcraft, Agrarianskies and Computercraft) to create what we call CODECraft. In CODECraft, the students will program a “turtle “that is a robot, to do some specific task faster than if they do it manually using a program language called LUA to create structures like houses, floors, walls in 3D using loops, variable, statements and functions. Our hope is that students will find this game amazing and engaging and they will demonstrate transferred programing skills from the game to real programing languages like Python or C++. This summer we create a really impressive level in CODECraft as proof of our concepts, and we look to test that level in middle school students from the NCSU summer camps.
Reniel Irizarry Del Toro, Gerardo E. Serrano Rodriguez
La contaminación acústica en las ciudades es la segunda causa de enfermedad por motivos medioambientales, por detrás de la polución atmosférica, indico la directora de la organización Mundial de la Salud (OMS) en Europa, Zsuzsana Jakab. Entendemos por contaminación industrial a la emisión de sustancias nocivas, tóxicas o peligrosas, directa o indirectamente de las instalaciones o procesos industriales al medio natural. contaminacionindustrial002 Estas emisiones pueden ser:
Emisiones a la atmósfera
Vertidos a las redes públicas de saneamiento
Vertidos directos al suelo o a cauces de aguas superficiales
Almacenamientos o disposición de residuos industriales
Ruidos en el entorno