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I've seen in other document classes that one can input the authors' institutes via special commands, for example in revtex4 I can put

\title{Aggregation According to Classical Kinetics---From Nucleation to 
Coarsening}
\author{Yossi Farjoun}
\email{yfarjoun@math.mit.edu}
\thanks{Corresponding author}
\affiliation{G. Mill\'an Institute of Fluid Dynamics, Nanoscience and Industrial
Mathematics, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, Spain}
\author{John C. Neu}%
\email{neu@math.berkeley.edu}
\affiliation{Department of Mathematics, University of California, Berkeley}

and it gets typeset nicely:

--snip--

Is there a nice of doing the same with plain-old article?

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Is using the Koma-Skript replacement for the standard classes an option? I.e. use scrartcl instead of plain article – that should have the relevant commands, too. –  Konrad Rudolph Aug 10 '10 at 9:40
    
I'm also a bit lost. Do you mean the concept of \institute as a macro, or simply where to include it in the title data to get it to print? –  Joseph Wright Sep 2 '10 at 7:43
    
Funny, maybe it was a permission issue. Thanks for reuploading it. –  Martin Scharrer Oct 26 '11 at 16:29

3 Answers 3

I'm not sure you can add that to the standard title page, but you could use the titling package to write a custom one.

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As article doesn't support it, you may use a titlepage environment. If you would like just to use the standard \maketitle, you could redefine this command or hook into the author macro.

The author is typeset using a simple table:

\begin{tabular}[t]{c}%
  \@author
\end{tabular}\par}

So, you could use tabular features inside the argument to \author. Simply use \\ for a new row, perhaps several times. It would be set below and centered. Demonstrating tabular commands:

\documentclass[titlepage]{article}
\usepackage[onehalfspacing]{setspace}
\begin{document}
\title{Aggregation According to Classical Kinetics---From
    Nucleation to Coarsening}
\author{Yossi Farjoun \\
  \multicolumn{1}{p{.7\textwidth}}{\centering\emph{G. Mill\'an Institute
  of Fluid Dynamics, Nanoscience and Industrial Mathematics,
  Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, Spain}}}
\maketitle
\end{document}

Output:

You could add further rows for further authors and institutes.

This is just a workaround and a demonstration what happens internally. I would recommend to use a titlepage environment instead of misusing the article \maketitle feature that isn't intended to be used with an institute.

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The authblk package does this:

\documentclass[a4paper]{article}
\usepackage[affil-it]{authblk}

\begin{document}

\title{Aggregation According to Classical Kinetics---From Nucleation to
Coarsening}

\author{Yossi Farjoun%
  \thanks{Electronic address: \texttt{yfarjoun@math.mit.edu}; Corresponding author}}
\affil{G. Mill\'an Institute of Fluid Dynamics,\\ Nanoscience and Industrial
Mathematics,\\ Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, Spain}

\author{John C. Neu%
  \thanks{Electronic address: \texttt{neu@math.berkeley.edu}}}
\affil{Department of Mathematics, University of California, Berkeley}

\date{Dated: \today}

\maketitle

\end{document}

Some tweaking to \@maketitle may be necessary, for example

\makeatletter
\def\@maketitle{%
  \newpage
  \null
  \vskip 2em%
  \begin{center}%
  \let \footnote \thanks
    {\Large\bfseries \@title \par}%
    \vskip 1.5em%
    {\normalsize
      \lineskip .5em%
      \begin{tabular}[t]{c}%
        \@author
      \end{tabular}\par}%
    \vskip 1em%
    {\normalsize \@date}%
  \end{center}%
  \par
  \vskip 1.5em}
\makeatother

With this you'd get

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