This is a CV template written to offer a resume which is
visual and modern
but also simple in code so it can be easily modified by a skilled user
all the actual CV info ("content") is stored in main.tex, so you don't have to go looking for it in some sub-directory
I called it the "Hipster CV" for obvious reasons: It's like many hipster-ish CV templates out there and use for strictly academic / very 'classic' applications might not be advisable.
It uses the paracol environment for the left column, so this column is an actual column which will continue if you put in content for more than one page. That way, it can be used for multi-page CVs as well (unlike the popular Alice in Wonderland example). This template was largely inspired by this "Twenty Seconds" / Alice in Wonderland CV template. But I tried to improve it in terms of code clarity / simplicity and the fact that the sidebar can continue for multiple pages without repeating itself, etc.
This template is available with the following colour options: verylight, pastel, lighthipster, darkhipster, allblack, grey.
In terms of being very visual, it owes inspiration to Jan Küster's Infographic-CV.
This is a blog post about it.
And the github repo where it will be updated, etc.
Cover sheet for the self-archiving of research publications, deposited in a repository for the purpose of making the work open access. The template is offered by the Charité Medical Library and is meant to be used by members of the Charité - Universitätsmedizin Berlin. A Creative Commons license is not granted for this template because of the corporate design and logo. But the code can be reused, in case of questions please contact us at: email@example.com.
This is an example of the iopart document class, and contains details on how to prepare and submit your articles for publication in an IOP Publishing journal. Note that IOP Publishing journals do not require TeX submissions to use this document class, other templates can be used.
If you'd like to write an IOP Publishing article, you can use this example document as a template and change the main article text to suit - simply click the button to get started.
Alternatively you can also just upload the iopart.cls file available from IOPP (see https://publishingsupport.iopscience.iop.org/questions/latex-template/) to any document you've already created, and change the document class to iopart to convert it to the style of this template.