What is fithesis?
Fithesis is a document class for the typesetting of theses using the LaTeX document preparation system. Historically, the fithesis classes were used primarily by the students of the Faculty of Informatics and the Faculty of Science at the Masaryk University in Brno. With fithesis, students of any faculty can benefit from the typesetting prowess of LaTeX with a class that was designed for compliance with the requirements of every faculty at the Masaryk University. The students and staff of other academic institutions are encouraged to extend the class to fit their specific requirements.
How do I get started?
Just open an online template for the Faculty of Economics and Administration, Informatics, Sports Studies, Social Studies, Law, Medicine, Education, Arts, Science, or Pharmacy and write away.
The technical documentation – No matter who you are—a user looking for basic directions or a seasoned programmer on a mission to fully customize your thesis—the extensive documentation of fithesis has you covered.
The ctan repository – This is where the current release version of fithesis lives. From here it is brought to the end users through TeX distributions.
The Git repository – This is where the latest development version of fithesis lives. Should you wish to report a bug or take part in the development, this is where you can send us either a bug report or a pull request. Alternatively, you can come visit us in the lemma lab in person.
Fithesis, the typesetting of theses in LaTeX – This is forum was founded to foster discussion about the typesetting of theses at the Masaryk University. You are invited to discuss any topic ranging from the fithesis classes and fibeamer to TeX and LaTeX in general.
Updating the fithesis LaTeX templates to UVS MU – The bachelor's thesis of Tereza Vrabcová describes the design and implementation of fithesis4. The thesis itself was typeset using fithesis4 and serves as a demonstration of its capabilities.
Twitter – On our Twitter account, you will find the latest news regarding fithesis.