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Templates

Here you find all available templates you might need in the course of your Master's Thesis. If there's something missing or you want to add a template that might be helpful, don't hesitate to contact Kathi Maurer.

 

 

Master's Thesis


 

The IMK provides a LaTeX-Template for the  preparation of the written Master's Thesis that can be downloaded here (effective: September 2016). The approved version you can find here (effective: July 2018)

There is also a Word-Template for the frontpage of the Master's Thesis in case of trouble with the LaTeX-Template (effective: September 2016).

To achieve the correct denotations of meteorological papers and magazines you need the BibTeX-File for bibliography, which can be downloaded here.

 

General Guidline for writing scientific works.

 

Presentations


 

For presentations, you are free to use your own design for your slides. But it's also possible to use the Templates provided by the KIT.

 

Just note  that you are only allowed to use this templates for presentations within the KIT!

 

Certificates


 

For the presentation at the end of the Specialization Phase you have to bring this certificate with you. Fill in all the required information and let it sign of two entitled persons after your presentation was sucessfull. 

For the presentation at the end of the Master's Thesis (in the TRO-Seminar, ASF-Seminar or AAF-Seminar) you have to bring this certificate with you. Fill in all the required information and let it sign of two entitled persons after your presentation was sucessfull. 

 

 

 

If you have any problems please contact us, so that we can make adaptions.

 

Templates

We are working on new Templates... Check again in a few days!

Latex-Template1 for Master's Theses at IMK (Effective: September 2016)

Word-Template for the frontpage of your Master's Thesis at IMK (Effective: November 2011)

LATEX Anleitung
BibTeX-File for bibliography with abbreviations and correct denotations of meteorologic papers and magazines.

 

General Guidline for writing scientific works.

1 This template was created in September 2016  (and was tested under Linux with utf8-coding, Editor: TeXLive).

If you have any problems please contact us, so that we can make adaptions.