Master thesis in Physics
My thesis on Cosmological closure of metric and areametric ideal fluids I wrote in 2017 at Heidelberg University.
From README.md in the nilsvu/mscthesis GitHub repository:
Master thesis in Physics
 Title: Cosmological closure of metric and areametric ideal fluids
 Author: Nils Leif Fischer
 Submission date: Dec 5, 2017
 Supervisors: Prof. Björn M. Schäfer (Center for Astronomy Heidelberg) and Dr. Frederic P. Schuller (University ErlangenNürnberg)
 Abstract: To shed some light on the construction of physically viable gravity theories, I employ the gravitational closure framework to investigate a cosmology that is not a priori based on a metric but assumes an areametric spacetime geometry that arises from the most general linear theory of electrodynamics. To this end, I develop a symmetry reduction procedure to find, for the first time, an exact nonmetric solution of the gravitational closure framework under cosmological symmetries. I investigate cosmological sources of gravity and construct an areametric description of ideal fluids. I conclude by illustrating that, even though we cannot rely on metric concepts such as a metric lineelement or a LeviCivita connection to begin with, we can recover all required notions, such as light rays and observers, that allow us to conduct cosmological observations.
 Full text: Digital version
Supplementary Mathematica Notebooks
 Derivation of the cosmological metric and areametric
 Derivation of metric and areametric ideal fluids
 Solution of the gravitational closure equations for metric and areametric cosmology
Using the LaTeX style for your thesis

Just drop the
thesis.cls
file into your project folder and begin your document with\documentclass{thesis}
. See themscthesis.tex
file for an example. Then, you can adjust everything in thethesis.cls
file to your needs. 
Typeset the document with the XeLaTeX typesetting engine and the Biber bibliography processor (recommended).

Adjust the following
documentclass
options to produce appropriate digital and print versions of the document:digital
/print
primarily toggles link coloringoneside
/twoside
layouts page headers and footers accordinglyopenright
/openleft
/openany
adjusts positioning of title page and chapter beginnings in twosided layout

If necessary for binding, adjust the page offset:
\geometry{ bindingoffset=5mm, }

You may need to change the fonts specified in
thesis.cls
to ones installed on your system. 
When you include plots in your document, use vector file formats instead of pixel graphics. Have a look at my TexFig repository to see how to generate PGF vector plots with Python’s Matplotlib that look great in your LaTeX document.