Resources for Giving Talks and Poster Presentations
This is a collection of resources and links for preparing and giving
talks and poster presentations that I had put together for my undergraduate
LaTeX is the standard for typesetting mathematical material. It is used for
everything from mathematical books and professional articles to exams,
homework assignments, and class handouts, to presentations and posters.
Anyone who wants to present mathematical material in a report, talk, or
poster, should learn the basics of LaTeX.
Getting started with LaTeX.
A collection of resources on getting started with LaTeX: Links to the (free)
LaTeX software, tutorials for beginners and intermediate LaTeX users, and a
collection of tips for intermediate to advanced LaTeX users.
Math into LaTeX, Chapter 1.
A free online version of part of the book "Math into LaTeX" by George
Gratzer, and perhaps the best online introduction to mathematical LaTeX.
Beamer is the LaTeX version of PowerPoint, and the standard tool for
mathematical presentations. Below are some links on getting started with
beamer. Most assume some basic familiarity with LaTeX.
The best tool to produce mathematical posters is beamerposter,
a package that works in conjunction with beamer. Below are some links.
Examples of Poster and Beamer Presentations
Last modified: Fri 21 Jul 2017 07:57:14 PM CDT