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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.
Imperial College London Competition Poster Template
Imperial College London provides a set of Competition Poster Templates with official colour-scheme and branding guidelines.
Here we provide LaTeX versions of these templates, which use the beamer poster theme created for Imperial College by Lian Tze Lim (Overleaf).
To start working on your poster, simply click the 'Open as Template' button above. You'll be able to set up your template to use any of the four official Imperial College London poster colour-schemes:
The template also provides the option to toggle between different sizes (e.g. A0, A1) and different orientations (portrait, landscape) as required.
The example poster shown on the right uses the White colour-scheme, and is set to be A0, portrait by default.
Imperial College London and LianTze Lim
Writing Posters with Markdown
The markdown package makes it possible to use markdown in LaTeX documents. Now here's an example to show how markdown can be used to create posters, especially using beamerposter.
RMIT SPACE poster template
RMIT SPACE POSTER based on the a0poster Portrait Poster
The a0poster class was created by:
Gerlinde Kettl and Matthias Weiser (email@example.com)
CC BY-NC-SA 3.0
Author/Designer: Timothy Kodikara
Note: CRC and SERC logos are included in the /figures folder if you might want to use them.
Simple project canvas. In order to use it, fill the empty custom nodes in the lower part of the template.
A standard laboratory protocol template using the Aberystwyth university colours.
Based on AltaCV by LianTze Lim (https://github.com/liantze/AltaCV)