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[submodule "themes/academic"]
path = themes/academic
url = https://github.com/gcushen/hugo-academic.git

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# academic-kickstart
Easily create a website using Academic
# Academic Kickstart
**Academic** is a framework to help you create a beautiful website quickly. Perfect for personal, student, or academic websites. [Check out the latest demo](https://themes.gohugo.io/theme/academic/) of what you'll get in less than 10 minutes or [view the documentation](https://sourcethemes.com/academic/docs/).
**Academic Kickstart** provides a minimal template to kickstart your new website by following the simple steps below.
[![Screenshot](https://raw.githubusercontent.com/gcushen/hugo-academic/master/academic.png)](https://github.com/gcushen/hugo-academic/)
Prerequisites:
* [Download and install Git](https://git-scm.com/downloads)
* [Download and install Hugo](https://gohugo.io/getting-started/installing/#quick-install)
Easily create a website using the Academic framework by following these simple steps:
1. Clone (or [Fork](https://github.com/sourcethemes/academic-kickstart#fork-destination-box)) this repository using Git:
git clone https://github.com/sourcethemes/academic-kickstart.git My_Website
2. Apply any updates to Academic (optional):
cd My_Website
bash update_academic.sh
3. View your new website (from within your `My_Website` folder):
hugo server
4. Read the [Quick Start Guide](https://sourcethemes.com/academic/docs/) to learn how to add Markdown content, customize your site, and deploy it.
## License
Copyright 2017 [George Cushen](https://georgecushen.com).
Released under the [MIT](https://github.com/sourcethemes/academic-kickstart/blob/master/LICENSE.md) license.
[![Analytics](https://ga-beacon.appspot.com/UA-78646709-2/academic-kickstart/readme?pixel)](https://github.com/igrigorik/ga-beacon)

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baseurl = "/" # End your URL with a `/` trailing slash, e.g. `https://example.com/`.
title = "Academic"
copyright = "© 2017 Your Name"
theme = "academic"
enableEmoji = true
footnotereturnlinkcontents = "<sup>^</sup>"
ignoreFiles = ["\\.Rmd$", "\\.Rmarkdown$", "_files$", "_cache$"]
preserveTaxonomyNames = true
paginate = 10
# Enable comments by entering your Disqus shortname
disqusShortname = ""
# Enable analytics by entering your Google Analytics tracking ID
googleAnalytics = ""
# Default language to use (if you setup multilingual support)
defaultContentLanguage = "en"
defaultContentLanguageInSubdir = false
[outputs]
home = [ "HTML", "CSS", "RSS" ]
section = [ "HTML", "RSS" ]
# Configure BlackFriday Markdown rendering.
# See: https://gohugo.io/readfiles/bfconfig/
[blackfriday]
hrefTargetBlank = true # `true` opens external links in a new tab.
fractions = true # `false` disables smart fractions (e.g. 5/12 formatted as a fraction).
smartypants = true # `false` disables all smart punctuation substitutions (e.g. smart quotes, dashes, fractions).
[params]
# Color theme.
# Choose from `default`, `ocean`, `forest`, `coffee`, or `dark`.
color_theme = "default"
# Font style.
# Choose from `default`, `classic`, or `playfair`.
font = "default"
# Your details.
name = "Lena Smith"
role = "Professor of Artificial Intelligence"
# Organizations/Affiliations.
# Separate multiple entries with a comma, using the form: `[ {name="Org1", url=""}, {name="Org2", url=""} ]`.
organizations = [ { name = "Stanford University", url = "" } ]
gravatar = false # Get your avatar from Gravatar.com? (true/false)
avatar = "portrait.jpg" # Specify an avatar image (in `static/img/` folder) or delete value to disable avatar.
email = "test@example.org"
address = "Building 1 Room 1, Stanford University, California, 90210, USA"
office_hours = "Monday 10:00 to 13:00 or email for appointment"
phone = "888 888 88 88"
skype = "echo123"
telegram = ""
# Enable Keybase in Contact widget by entering your keybase.io username.
keybase = ""
# Discussion link (e.g. link to a forum, mailing list, or chat).
# Uncomment line below to use.
# discussion = { name = "Discuss", url = "https://discourse.gohugo.io" }
# Diplay a logo in navigation bar rather than title (optional).
# To enable, place an image in `static/img/` and reference its filename below. To disable, set the value to "".
logo = ""
# Enable/disable map in Contact widget.
# To show your address on a map in the contact widget, you need to enter your latitude, longitude and choose
# a map provider below.
# To use Google Maps, set `map = 1` and enter your API key that can be obtained here:
# https://developers.google.com/maps/documentation/javascript/get-api-key
# To use OpenStreetMap tiles, set `map = 2`.
# To use OpenStreetMap on a high traffic site, set `map = 3` and enter your API key that can be obtained here:
# https://www.mapbox.com/studio/account/tokens
# To get your coordinates, right-click on Google Maps and choose "What's here?". The coords will show up at the bottom.
#
# Map provider:
# 0: No map
# 1: Google Maps
# 2: OpenStreetMap (Mapnik)
# 3: OpenStreetMap (Mapbox)
map = 0
map_api_key = ""
latitude = "37.4275"
longitude = "-122.1697"
zoom = 15
# Date and time format (refer to Go's date format: http://fuckinggodateformat.com )
# Examples: "Mon, Jan 2, 2006" or "2006-01-02"
date_format = "Jan 2, 2006"
# Examples: "3:04 pm" or "15:04"
time_format = "3:04 PM"
# Show estimated reading time for posts?
reading_time = true
# Display comment count? Requires commenting to be enabled.
comment_count = true
# Display section pager for posts?
section_pager = false
# Enable global LaTeX math rendering?
# If false, you can enable it locally on a per page basis.
math = false
# Highlight.js options
# highlight
# Enable global source code highlighting? If false, you can
# override it for a particular page in that page's preamble.
#
# Example: highlight = true
#
# highlight_languages
# Add support for highlighting additional languages. Support for
# languages mentioned here will be included in all pages. You
# can also set this variable for a particular page in that
# page's preamble.
#
# Example: highlight_languages = ["go", "lisp", "ocaml"]
#
# highlight_style
# Choose a different CSS style for highlighting source
# code. Setting this option in a page's preamble has no
# effect.
#
# Example: highlight_style = "github-gist"
#
# For the list of supported languages and styles, see:
# https://cdnjs.com/libraries/highlight.js/
#
# For more info on the highlighting options, see:
# https://sourcethemes.com/academic/post/writing-markdown-latex/#highlighting-options
highlight = true
highlight_languages = []
# highlight_style = "github"
# Enable native social sharing buttons?
sharing = true
# Link custom CSS and JS assets
# (relative to /static/css and /static/js respectively)
custom_css = []
custom_js = []
# Publication types.
# Used to categorize publications.
# The index of the publication type in the list is used as its unique numerical identifier.
# The numeric ID is used in a publication's frontmatter to categorize it.
# The language can be edited below.
# For multi-lingual sites, copy this block to each language section at the end of this file.
publication_types = [
'Uncategorized', # 0
'Conference proceedings', # 1
'Journal', # 2
'Work in progress', # 3
'Technical report', # 4
'Book', # 5
'Book chapter' # 6
]
# Configuration of talk pages.
[params.talks]
# Show talk time?
time = true
# Configuration of publication pages.
[params.publications]
# Date format (refer to Go's date format: http://fuckinggodateformat.com )
# Examples: "Mon, Jan 2, 2006" or "2006-01-02"
date_format = "January, 2006"
# Configuration of project pages.
[params.projects]
# List publications and talks related to the project?
list_children = true
# Publication list format.
# 0 = Simple
# 1 = Detailed
# 2 = APA
# 3 = MLA
publication_format = 3
# Social/Academic Networking
#
# Icon pack "fa" includes the following social network icons:
#
# twitter, weibo, linkedin, github, facebook, pinterest, google-plus,
# youtube, instagram, soundcloud
#
# For email icon, use "fa" icon pack, "envelope" icon, and
# "mailto:your@email.com" as the link.
#
# Full list: https://fortawesome.github.io/Font-Awesome/icons/
#
# Icon pack "ai" includes the following academic network icons:
#
# google-scholar, arxiv, orcid, researchgate, mendeley
#
# Full list: https://jpswalsh.github.io/academicons/
[[params.social]]
icon = "envelope"
icon_pack = "fa"
link = "mailto:test@example.org"
[[params.social]]
icon = "twitter"
icon_pack = "fa"
link = "//twitter.com/GeorgeCushen"
[[params.social]]
icon = "google-scholar"
icon_pack = "ai"
link = "https://scholar.google.co.uk/citations?user=sIwtMXoAAAAJ"
[[params.social]]
icon = "github"
icon_pack = "fa"
link = "//github.com/gcushen"
# Navigation Links
# To link a homepage widget, specify the URL as a hash `#` followed by the filename of the
# desired widget in your `content/home/` folder.
# The weight parameter defines the order that the links will appear in.
[params.menus]
# Align the main menu to the right of the page? (true/false)
align_right = true
[[menu.main]]
name = "Home"
url = "#about"
weight = 1
[[menu.main]]
name = "Publications"
url = "#publications_selected"
weight = 2
[[menu.main]]
name = "Posts"
url = "#posts"
weight = 3
[[menu.main]]
name = "Projects"
url = "#projects"
weight = 4
[[menu.main]]
name = "Teaching"
url = "#teaching"
weight = 5
[[menu.main]]
name = "Contact"
url = "#contact"
weight = 6
# Taxonomies.
[taxonomies]
tag = "tags"
category = "categories"
publication_type = "publication_types"
# Languages
# Create a [languages.X] block for each language you want, where X is the language ID.
# Configure the English version of the website.
[Languages.en]
languageCode = "en-us"

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# About/Biography widget.
widget = "about"
active = true
date = "2016-04-20T00:00:00"
# Order that this section will appear in.
weight = 5
# List your academic interests.
[interests]
interests = [
"Artificial Intelligence",
"Computational Linguistics",
"Information Retrieval"
]
# List your qualifications (such as academic degrees).
[[education.courses]]
course = "PhD in Artificial Intelligence"
institution = "Stanford University"
year = 2012
[[education.courses]]
course = "MEng in Artificial Intelligence"
institution = "Massachusetts Institute of Technology"
year = 2009
[[education.courses]]
course = "BSc in Artificial Intelligence"
institution = "Massachusetts Institute of Technology"
year = 2008
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# Biography
Lena Smith is a professor of artificial intelligence at the Stanford AI Lab. Her research interests include distributed robotics, mobile computing and programmable matter. She leads the Robotic Neurobiology group, which develops self-reconfiguring robots, systems of self-organizing robots, and mobile sensor networks.
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# Contact widget.
widget = "contact"
active = true
date = "2016-04-20T00:00:00"
title = "Contact"
subtitle = ""
# Order that this section will appear in.
weight = 70
# Automatically link email and phone?
autolink = true
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# Recent Posts widget.
# This widget displays recent posts from `content/post/`.
widget = "posts"
active = true
date = "2016-04-20T00:00:00"
title = "Recent Posts"
subtitle = ""
# Order that this section will appear in.
weight = 40
# Filter posts by tag.
# By default, show all recent posts.
# Filtering example: `tags_include = ["hugo", "academic"]`
tags_include = []
tags_exclude = []
# Number of posts to list.
count = 5
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# Projects widget.
# This widget displays all projects from `content/project/`.
widget = "projects"
active = true
date = "2016-04-20T00:00:00"
title = "Projects"
subtitle = ""
# Order that this section will appear in.
weight = 50
# View.
# Customize how projects are displayed.
# Legend: 0 = list, 1 = cards.
view = 1
# Filter toolbar.
# Default filter index (e.g. 0 corresponds to the first `[[filter]]` instance below).
filter_default = 0
# Add or remove as many filters (`[[filter]]` instances) as you like.
# Use "*" tag to show all projects or an existing tag prefixed with "." to filter by specific tag.
# To remove toolbar, delete/comment all instances of `[[filter]]` below.
[[filter]]
name = "All"
tag = "*"
[[filter]]
name = "Deep Learning"
tag = ".deep-learning"
[[filter]]
name = "Other"
tag = ".demo"
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# Recent Publications widget.
# This widget displays recent publications from `content/publication/`.
widget = "publications"
active = true
date = 2016-04-20
title = "Recent Publications"
subtitle = ""
# Order that this section will appear in.
weight = 20
# Number of publications to list.
count = 10
# List format.
# 0 = Simple
# 1 = Detailed
# 2 = APA
# 3 = MLA
list_format = 3
# Filter by publication type.
# -1: Any
# 0: Uncategorized
# 1: Conference proceedings
# 2: Journal
# 3: Work in progress
# 4: Technical report
# 5: Book
# 6: Book chapter
publication_type = "-1"
# Exclude publications that are shown in the Selected Publications widget?
exclude_selected = false
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# Selected Publications widget.
# This widget displays publications from `content/publication/` which have
# `selected = true` in their `+++` front matter.
widget = "publications_selected"
active = true
date = 2016-04-20
title = "Selected Publications"
subtitle = ""
# Order that this section will appear in.
weight = 10
# List format.
# 0 = Simple
# 1 = Detailed
# 2 = APA
# 3 = MLA
list_format = 1
# Filter by publication type.
# -1: Any
# 0: Uncategorized
# 1: Conference proceedings
# 2: Journal
# 3: Work in progress
# 4: Technical report
# 5: Book
# 6: Book chapter
publication_type = "-1"
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# Tag Cloud widget.
widget = "tag_cloud"
active = true
date = 2017-09-20
title = "Tags"
subtitle = ""
# Order that this section will appear in.
weight = 65
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# Recent and Upcoming Talks widget.
widget = "talks"
active = true
date = "2016-04-20T00:00:00"
title = "Recent & Upcoming Talks"
subtitle = ""
# Order that this section will appear in.
weight = 30
# Number of talks to list.
count = 10
# List format.
# 0 = Simple
# 1 = Detailed
list_format = 0
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# Custom widget.
# An example of using the custom widget to create your own homepage section.
# To create more sections, duplicate this file and edit the values below as desired.
widget = "custom"
active = true
date = "2016-04-20T00:00:00"
# Note: a full width section format can be enabled by commenting out the `title` and `subtitle` with a `#`.
title = "Teaching"
subtitle = ""
# Order that this section will appear in.
weight = 60
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This is an example of using the *custom* widget to create your own homepage section.
I am a teaching instructor for the following courses at University X:
- CS101: An intro to computer science
- CS102: An intro to computer science
- CS103: An intro to computer science
- CS104: An intro to computer science
- CS105: An intro to computer science
- CS106: An intro to computer science
- CS107: An intro to computer science

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title = "Posts"
date = 2017-01-01
math = false
highlight = false
# Optional featured image (relative to `static/img/` folder).
[header]
image = ""
caption = ""
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title = "Publications"
date = "2017-01-01T00:00:00Z"
math = false
highlight = false
# List format.
# 0 = Simple
# 1 = Detailed
# 2 = APA
# 3 = MLA
list_format = 3
# Optional featured image (relative to `static/img/` folder).
[header]
image = ""
caption = ""
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title = "Recent & Upcoming Talks"
date = "2017-01-01T00:00:00Z"
math = false
highlight = false
# List format.
# 0 = Simple
# 1 = Detailed
list_format = 0
# Optional featured image (relative to `static/img/` folder).
[header]
image = ""
caption = ""
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#!/usr/bin/env bash
# Display available updates to Academic.
cd themes/academic
git fetch
git log --pretty=oneline --abbrev-commit --decorate HEAD..origin/master
cd ../../
# Update Academic.
git submodule update --remote --merge
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