These are the Latex sources for my academic CV.
Download the latest compiled PDF: leonardo_uieda_cv.pdf
You're free to reuse and modify this template under the terms of the BSD
3-clause License (see
To use it:
environment.ymlfile provided in the repository.
I decided to make my own template after using
moderncv for a while.
I wanted a cleaner look and something that is more unique (as much as an academic
CV can be).
It was also a chance for me to learn some LaTeX templating (and procrastihack a
I use Tectonic to build the PDF from the sources. It's very convenient, can be installed from conda-forge, and is faster than using a normal LaTeX compiler. There are many ways to install it (see their website for instructions).
I highly recommend using the
make: builds the PDF
make show: opens the PDF on the default web browser
make clean: removes the built PDF and any other generated files
A PDF is compiled automatically by GitHub Actions with every commit to the
main branch and uploaded to the
This way, the compiled PDF is updated and served automatically.
All LaTeX template source code is distributed under the BSD 3-clause License.