Thesis Latex template

If you are working as a researcher, you’ve probably wondered one time or another which Latex template would fit your publication best. When I was working on my bachelor thesis in 2010 I was looking around and stumbled across a template by André Miede, the classicthesis template. It provides authors with a “classic, high quality typographic style which is inspired by Robert Bringhurst’s The Elements of Typographic Style“:

Classic Thesis Template

The template is still maintained and gets an update around twice a year. It has a clear structure and fresh design which makes it very suitable for publications of any kind.

Clustering Epigenetic data

I just started my master thesis at the Max Planck Institute of Informatik (Saarbrücken, Germany). Since I’m looking forward to many hours of research where I will be digging deep into the basin of human knowledge, I started this blog. It’ll help me to keep hold of interesting ideas that will pop up – not necessarily directly connected to my topic from the field of Bioinformatics which could be described as:

Clustering epigenetic data by means of Dirichlet Process

Feel free to come by from time to time to see what I’m up to.