I am learning LaTeX for my thesis work but I have really low understanding of LaTeX. I need to make a frontespizio that exactly looks like this one made with word:

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If can be useful I know that the margins of the file are top and bottom 2.54cm and lef and right 3.17cm.

Can someone help me?

  • Maybe you could start from the work available in this GitHub repository. – KersouMan Jan 16 '20 at 12:03
  • thank you very much!! – Simo Jan 16 '20 at 12:49

There are many approaches, but this could get you started...

  \Longstack[l]{University of Milan\\\bfseries School of Science\\
  \bfseries Department of Information\\\bfseries Bachelor of Information Science}}


\textbf{Advisor:} \textit{primary advisor}\\
\textbf{Co-advisor:} \textit{secondary advisor}

\hfill\Longstack[r]{\textbf{Blah-blah bla}\\
your name\\
Matricola XXXXX}

\vfill\centerline{\textbf{Academic Year 2017--2018}}

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  • Thank you very much! Can I ask you if I should use pdflatex or lualatex? – Simo Jan 16 '20 at 12:50
  • @Giulio You're welcome. The choice of engine is your call. I prefer pdflatex for speed, but lualatex offers the ability to directly use system fonts. – Steven B. Segletes Jan 16 '20 at 12:59
  • Thanks again for the answer, I think I have no more question for the moment, otherwise I hope to find you still available. Best regards Edit: is there a best way to structure a thesis? – Simo Jan 16 '20 at 13:14
  • @Simo I don't think the question "is there a best way to structure a thesis?" is relevant to this site. This site's focus is on how to typeset things using the TeX family of compilers. How to structure the document is a different discipline, unless by "structure", you mean how to organize one's source code in the most readable way. – Steven B. Segletes Jan 16 '20 at 13:23
  • Ok I understand, thanks. But because I structured my latex document having a main.tex in which I insert the \include{} so I already have a \begin{document}, how can I modify you code to insert it in a frontispiece.tex file? – Simo Jan 16 '20 at 14:43

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