Donald Knuth is a smart man with ideas. If smart people have ideas, they write books about it. But Donald was fed up with the available text processing software for writing books, so he wrote his own. This became LaTeX. Nowadays, LaTeX is the de facto standard in scientific text processing. It has built-in support for all sorts of mathematical characters, it can be used for lots of things, like homework, presentations and resumes and it makes your life a lot easier. As a mathematician you will first use LaTeX in Q1 during the Linear Algebra 1 course, as a computer scientist, you will use it during Data Structures in Q3. Because LaTeX is an invaluable skill when you are studying Mathematics or Computer Science, TRAIN is offering a LaTeX-training! We have asked Thomas Lippens, who is famous for making LaTeX fun, to give you this training, we will provide some snacks and drinks while diving into the world of scientific test processing. The advanced training will take place on campus, Wednesday October 20th in the evening, 18:00 â€“ 20:30. It will be first come, first serve. There is also an beginners training one week earlier. Choo Choo, TRAIN
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