The very initial version of this template was created by Sarah Gille. This current version of the template follows the guidelines in NSF GPG 15-1.
It is your responsibility to make sure that everything is in agreement with the current NSF GPG and your program solicitation. Good luck!
This is a LaTeX template for preparing EU Future and Emerging Technologies (FET) Open Proposals. It is based on the h2020proposal.cls LaTeX class for writing EU Horizon 2020 Research & Innovation Actions (RIA) proposals.
Disclaimer: The template is based on this document (PDF) provided by the EU Participants Portal.
Use the original source and the http://ec.europa.eu/ documentation for reference.
The authors make no representations or warranties of any kind, express or implied, about the completeness, accuracy, reliability, suitability or availability with respect to the original template.
Please see the comments at the start of the proposal template for further details and license information.
Giacomo Indiveri, with contributions from Elisabetta Chicca
A LaTeX class implementing the new (as of 2015) NIH Biographical Sketch Format. The original template can be found at the author's GitHub page.
This LaTeX document class tries to adhere to the Biographical Sketch formatting requirements outlined in NIH Notice NOT-OD-15-032. This new format is required for applications submitted for due dates on or after May 25, 2015.
I tried to mimic the example documents provided on the SF 424 (R&R) Forms and Applications page as closely as possible. I intend to use this class for my own upcoming grant submissions; however I offer no guarantee of conformity to NIH requirements.
NIH Grant Template by Marie Davidian, downloaded from the Vanderbilt Biostatistics Wiki curated by John Bock. Note that the template has been modified to work on Overleaf.
This template may be outdated — see this and this for more recent alternatives.
As a bonus — here's a guide to grant writing and grant review process by the same author for a 2008 workshop.
This template provides a structure for preparing NSF grant applications according to their formatting guidelines
It is provided by MIT-MATH to help you use LaTeX for writing your NSF proposals.
Please start by reading MIT-MATH's instructions in the Guide to Using the NSFmaster Template, and then click the button above to open the template for editing online with Overleaf.
This template provides a style file for the easy preparations of NSF grant proposals.
As part of the template, a list of pre-defined journal abbreviation commands are included, for easy reference in your proposal.
See also the NSF biographical sketch ("biosketch") template available here.
Originally by Stefan Llewellyn Smith and Sarah Gille, this version on Overleaf by John Hammersley