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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.
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Created using the Jacobs Landscape Poster LaTeX Template
Version 1.0 (29/03/13)
Computational Physics and Biophysics Group, Jacobs University
Further modified by:
Nathaniel Johnston (firstname.lastname@example.org)
This template has been downloaded from http://www.LaTeXTemplates.com
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)
Data Communication using WebRTC
Using WebRTC we are trying to develop a prod-
uct called 'Ping' used for audio, mult-video, file
and screen sharing.
Ping uses WebRTC for the source of data
exchange and XMPP Server for signalling and
Ping works on Browser to Browser connections
instead of naive client server approach.
Ping guarentees high scalability and upto 60%
more efficiency than existin