asmeconf: A latex template for ASME conference papers
Version 1.26 dated 2021/02/20.
This class provides a LaTeX template for ASME Conference papers formatted according to the requirements on ASME's web pages (as posted in 2021):
A up-to-date BibTeX style for reference and citation formatting is also included.
The asmeconf class provides access to many features not available in older LaTeX templates for ASME papers. It is designed to approach the following aims:
- match ASME's font current specifications and layout
- match ASME's current reference formats, and add support for DOI and URL fields
- support hyperlinks to figures, tables, equations, references, and external URLs
- support pdf bookmarks and metadata
- set author names and addresses in either the traditional grid or the more recent inline style
- provide line numbers for editing and review
- support balancing of columns on last page
- support PDF/A (archival) standards if desired
- support copyright footer for federal employees and contractors
- enable various math and text features with newtxmath and newtxtext packages
- support bold face, sans serif math in section headings
- support footnotes in section headings
- enable passages in other languages, e.g., for a translation of the abstract or a quotation
- support for many scripts: Latin, Arabic, Bengali, Chinese, Cyrillic, Devanagari, Greek, Hangul, Japanese, Tamil
The .tex and .cls files are commented and should be self-explanatory.
The files in this distribution are:
README.md -- this file asmeconf.cls -- the class file asmeconf.bst -- bibtex style for ASME conference format asmeconf-template.tex -- a latex template/example for this class asmeconf-template.pdf -- documentation/sample paper asmeconf-sample.bib -- a sample bibliography file * sample-figure-1.pdf, sample-figure-2a.pdf, sample-figure-2b.pdf -- figures for the sample paper * examples/ -- a directory of examples: -- nonlinear ode integration within LaTeX using Lua code -- fontspec for abstracts in 25 languages in one paper -- grid-style layout of author names/addresses -- footers for government employees
This work is not a publication of ASME itself.
John H. Lienhard V
Department of Mechanical Engineering
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Cambridge, MA 02139-4307 USA
- edit title and metadata
- put real author's name ahead of placeholder names
- edit descriptions
- change \mathsf in sansbold to be upright
- move fontenc call under pdflatex options
- fix issue with math accents in headings & captions (Thanks to Beomjun Kye for reporting the problem)
- adjust code for sans-serif upright Greek letters
- Several minor edits and corrections
- New command \EntryHeading to produce subheadings in the nomenclature list;
- New syntax for \CorrespondingAuthor command with the authorgrid option (not backward compatible)
- Add version field to the .bst file for publications online, manuals, and books;
- Revise sample .bib file;
- Enable language-specific fonts under pdflatex for Greek, Vietnamese, and cyrillic languages, with examples of abstracts in these languages;
- Enable fontspec support for many scripts and languages under LuaLaTeX, including also Arabic, Bengali, Chinese, Japanese, Korean, and Tamil;
- Provide example files for: authorgrid layout; integration of nonlinear ODE by LuaLaTeX; abstracts in 25 languages with fontspec+LuaLaTeX;
- Extensively revise code that handles class options and keys, also add additional warning and error messages;
- Create github issue tracker;
- Fix several minor bugs;
- Edit documentation.
v1.21 (2020/12/10): Edit documentation; update some usage of xparse under the hood; confirm compliance with substitutefont package.
v1.20 (2020/11/08): Add options to change copyright notice for federal employees and contractors; rename option "oldauthors" as "authorgrid"; other minor edits. Thanks to Bret Van Poppel for suggesting the federal copyright.
v1.19 (2020/08/12): Add support for PDF/A archival standards (1b, 2b, 2u, 3b, 3u), as the newtx fonts have recently gained complete unicode maps; set pdf to load with single-page display rather than 2-page spread; add example of grid-style author block.
v1.18 (2020/04/14): edit and expand documentation; revise sample .bib file; extensive edits to asmeconf.bst, to better support hyperlinks, to correct eid error, and for better conformance to ASME style (details listed in .bst file); add foreign language example.
v1.17: set T1 font encoding with utf-8 input, ensure LuaLaTeX compatibility; load hologo and metalogo packages; edit documentation.
v1.16: remove xpatch and comment packages from class file; disable \( and \) in pdf bookmarks to avoid warnings; edit documentation.
v1.15: correct extra space left by \CorrespondingAuthor when that author is not last; correct breakage of \ref in captions. Thanks to Bret Van Poppel for reporting these issues.
v1.14: edit documentation; use 2020 IMECE header in layout example
v1.13: add babel options for language support; minor text edits; adjust nomenclature list penalties
v1.12: add support for line numbers for editing; add support for final column balancing; edit skips in nomenclature; adjust \tolerance and \emergencystretch (for line breaking); improve support for equation tags in captions; adopt standard \maketitle and \title commands; include \versionfootnote for tracking revisions of draft.
v1.11: minor adjustments to title, author, and affiliation layout
v1.1: revise several parts of the layout to match ASME's updated specifications from Summer 2019 (including author block, abstract font, placement of nomenclature, and minor spacings); add .bst support for online references and eprints; expand documentation significantly; guidance on fitting equations into columns.
v1.07: improve support for numbered section headings; allow omission of corresponding author email; edit documentation
v1.06: automate bold sans math in captions and headings; small adjustments to default spacings; adjust font of paper number to 18 pt; edit documentation
v1.05: minor code clean-up; change to keyvalue for to control font for superiors
v1.04: fix option passing for mathalfa package; adjust \entry to create nomenclature subheadings efficiently.
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asmeconf – A LaTeX template for ASME conference papers
The asmeconf class provides a LaTeX template for ASME conference papers, following ASME's guidelines for margins, fonts, headings, captions, and reference formats as of 2021.
This LaTeX template is intended to be used with the asmeconf.bst BibTeX style, for reference formatting, which is part of this distribution. Unlike older ASME conference LaTeX templates, asmeconf pdfs will contain hyperlinks, bookmarks, and metadata; and the references can include the DOI and URL fields. This LaTeX template enables inline author names, following ASME’s current style, but it can also produce the traditional grid style. Options include line numbering, final column balancing, various math options, government copyright, archivability (PDF/A), and multilingual support. The code is compatible with pdfLaTeX or LuaLaTeX.
This LaTeX template is not a publication of ASME, but it does conform to ASME's currently published guidelines for conference papers.
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