Originally developed for typesetting a high-energy physics PhD thesis, hepthesis is a LaTeX class for typesetting large academic reports,
in particular PhD theses.
For thesis writing, hepthesis offers a number of benefits:
Attractive semantic environments for rubric sections;
Extensive options for draft production, screen viewing & binding-ready output;
Helpful extensions of existing environments, including equation and tabular;
Support for quotations at the start of the thesis (and each chapter).
The example thesis provided with the package has been pre-loaded into Overleaf to help you get started - simply click the button above to create your own version for editing online.
Version Note: This template has been updated to that supplied with the 2014-12-03 update to hepthesis on CTAN, with a further modification in December 2016 to switch the depreciated \bf commands to \textbf commands, to maintain compatibility after the Overleaf TeXLive 2016 upgrade.
Example by Andy Buckley