Publy turns a BibTeX file with a list of your publications into a professional webpage. Fast, effortless, and exactly the way you want it.


  • Automatically translates LaTeX-encoded special characters to Unicode
  • Renders LaTeX-encoded mathematics with MathJax
  • Shows expandable Abstract and BibTeX citation information
  • Appearance is fully customizable with CSS
  • Integrates with Google Analytics

Getting started

  1. Make sure you have a recent version of Java
  2. Download the latest release version of Publy
  3. Make sure you have a BibTeX file with all your publications
  4. Run Publy
  5. Locate your publications list and specify the output file
  6. Generate!

Publy's categories interface

Getting the most out of Publy

  • Set up custom categories and filters.
  • Play with the different options to find a format that you like.
  • Look through the example publications list for inspiration.
  • Add author tags for frequent co-authors.
  • Add abbreviation tags for frequent phrases and publication venues.
  • Add additional information to each publication, such as an abstract, DOI, arXiv identifier, or other relevant links.
  • Edit the default CSS style to match the look of your homepage.



Publy is written and maintained by Sander Verdonschot. There are many ways you can help!

  • If you are missing a key feature, or notice an annoying bug, add an issues to the issue tracker, or vote if it is already there.
  • If you want to add the feature or fix the bug yourself, just fork Publy, make the changes in your fork and create a pull request.

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