#CEURWS publishes CEURART paper style

CEUR-WS proudly announces its own LaTeX article style CEURART. The style was created by our team member Dmitry Kulyabov. The style is available in both one- and two-column variants. Special attention was given to indicate the Creative Commons CC-BY license dedication and the correct generation of metadata in the PDF generated from LaTeX. The generated PDF is compliant to PDF/A 1.5.

The style is available via OVERLEAF at

https://www.overleaf.com/read/gwhxnqcghhdt

You also find sample PDFs using the CEURART style at

http://ceur-ws.org/Vol-XXX/

http://ceur-ws.org/Vol-XXX/index2.html

You can clone this OVERLEAF folder to create your own paper in the CEURART style. Workshop organizers are welcome to create a pre-configured set of files, where for example the reference to the workshop in the footnote is set.

You can also download the sources to a local directory and use your own LaTeX environment to write your paper. Note that you need a recent LaTeX version to process the CEURART style.

Addendum: We also supply DOCX templates of the CEURART style at http://ceur-ws.org/Vol-XXX/.

Over time, we may demand that workshops/conferences publishing with use use the CEURART style. We hope you appreciate the new style and adopt it for future submissions!

Kind greetings,

ceurart

Manfred

4 comments
  1. Filip said:

    When using ceurart version 0.3.1 (the one currently in the Overleaf demo project), `\mathit` does not kern letters (for example in `\mathit{ff}`), while with other styles such as `article` the command typically does kern letters. Is there a recommended solution or a workaround?

  2. Dmitry Kulyabov said:

    * Fixed:
    * Overleaf repo updated.

    • Filip said:

      Thank you! Version v0.3.3-pdflatex-math resolves the issue.

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