University of Oulu on Overleaf


The faculty of Information Technology and Electrical Engineering in the University of Oulu is providing free Overleaf Pro+ accounts for all faculty and staff who would like to use a collaborative, online LaTeX editor for their projects.

Overleaf is designed to make the process of writing, editing and producing your research papers and project reports much quicker for both you and your collaborators. Overleaf can also be linked to other services such as Mendeley, Git and to best fit into your workflow.

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Quick Start

Welcome to the quick start guide to Overleaf. We've put together some useful resources and links in the sections below, and if you have any questions about how to get started please let us know and we'll be happy to help!

For Researchers

Find a journal template

Through our partnerships within the publishing community, we provide a selection of academic journal templates for articles and papers. These templates automatically format your manuscripts in the style required for submission to that journal.


Edit in Rich Text mode or directly in LaTeX

Overleaf provides and intuitive and easy-to-use manuscript editor (our rich text mode), which is especially useful if you or your co-authors aren't familiar with writing in LaTeX.


If you prefer to edit directly in LaTeX, you can! Overleaf provides a full collaborative online LaTeX editor you can switch to at any time.


Submitting your articles to journals, repositories and more

You can also submit your paper directly to a number of journals and other editorial and review services via the publish menu in the editor. Simply open the publish menu from any document and follow the appropriate 'Submit to ...' link.


Intro Videos

Featured LaTeX Templates

ACM Journals – New Master Template
ACM Journals – New Master Template
ACM has transitioned to a new authoring template. This new TeX template consolidates the previous eight individual ACM journal and proceedings templates. The templates are updated to the latest software versions, developed to enable accessibility features, and they use a new font set. The new LaTeX package incorporates updated versions of the following ACM templates: ACM Journals: ACM Small, ACM Large, ACM and TOG (also for SIGGRAPH authors publishing in TOG) ACM proceedings templates: ACM Standard and SIGPLAN All journals use acmsmall with the following exceptions: acmlarge - Large single column format, used for IMWUT, JOCCH, PACMPL, POMACS, TAP, PACMHCI acmtog - Large double column format, used for TOG Note: Most proceedings authors will use the "sigconf" proceedings template. If you are unsure which template variant to use, please request clarification from your event or publication contact. Note: A single column version is required for submission and peer review. This can be done by changing the \documentclass[...]{acmart} in this template to \documentclass[manuscript,screen]{acmart}. Before using the 2017 ACM consolidated article template, we strongly suggest that you read the TeX User Guide. Authors who plan to use their own packages should read the longer Implementation Guide. More detailed Instructions for Authors are found at It is important to provide the proper indexing information from the ACM Computing Classification System (CCS). Accurate semantic tagging provides a reader with quick content reference; facilitates the DL search for related literature; enables several DL topic functions such as aggregated SIG and journal coverage areas; and helps ACM promote your work in other online resources. Once your article is complete, you can use the “Submit to ACM” button at the top of the Overleaf editor bar to quickly download your paper and go straight to the appropriate ACM submission site. For conference proceedings submissions, please refer to the submission guidelines in the relevant call-for-papers or on the event website. For support on using these templates, or on LaTeX in general, please contact the Overleaf team -- we're happy to help.
Association for Computing Machinery (ACM)
IEEE for journals template with bibtex example files included
IEEE for journals template with bibtex example files included
This is a skeleton file demonstrating the use of the IEEEtran.cls style with an IEEE journal paper, and with example bibliography files included. These bibliography files are includes to provide one example of how to set up a bibliography for your IEEE paper. For more information on using bibtex for references in your IEEE journal papers, see this FAQ. IEEEtran.cls version: 1.8b
IEEE template by Michael Shell
Springer Lecture Notes in Computer Science
Springer Lecture Notes in Computer Science
Springer has provided LaTeX style files and example articles to help you prepare your paper for submission to their journals. This template is for contributions to the Springer Lecture Notes in Computer Science (LNCS) , based on the file from their author guidance page, with llncs.cls v2.20 (10 March 2018). The style files and example paper are pre-loaded into writeLaTeX as a template - you can now create an LNCS-formatted document for editing online simply by clicking the image above. For further information, please see their Information for LNCS Authors page, where you will find guidelines and technical instructions for the preparation of contributions.
From the LNCS guidelines.

FAQ & Help

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