This article template attempts to emulate the design of contemporary scientific publications. It does this by including colored boxes behind the abstract and headings and a succinct text layout. The template features a table of contents, something usually not seen in articles, which makes it ideal for longer articles with significant structure or for archival purposes.
This article uses the Arsclassica package to specify the document layout and structure. The template features a single column layout which makes it suitable for a greater number of applications such as for academic articles, business articles and reports. The page layout is very clean and minimal to focus on the content at hand in an elegant way.
This article template features a large eye-catching title section with space for multiple authors and affiliations per author. The article has a traditional two column layout to make content easy to read. An abstract section is present to provide a lead-in or summary of the article and features a large lettrine to further draw the reader’s eye. The template contains examples of sectioning, referencing, equations, tables, figures and lists to make it easy for you to get started.
This article template aims to emulate scientific journal publications by using a conservative thin document style. The format of the template follows the typical journal publication including an abstract for summarizing the article, introduction, methods, results and discussion. Examples of an equation, table and list are included.