Basic template for German letters according to the DIN 5008 standard
It is building on scrlttr2, so everything should be pretty much self explaining.
For contributing, see https://github.com/ckuenzle/din5008-letter.
This is a very basic template for mathematical presentations using LaTeX and beamer, aimed at University of Edinburgh students on the Honours Analysis course 2017-2018, for their "Skills" presentations.
On 6 October 2020 Sir Roger Penrose, Reinhard Genzel and Andrea Ghez were jointly awarded the Nobel Prize in Physics for their work on black holes. Among Professor Penrose’s many contributions to mathematical physics is his work on a form of aperiodic tiling which bears his name: Penrose tiling. Using the LaTeX package penrose Overleaf created this LaTeX template project as our tribute to Professor Penrose on his award of a Nobel Prize and for anyone wishing to explore the fascinating and beautiful patterns created by Penrose tilings.