Paper Formatting Instructions
Here follows a set of instructions for typists. For those using Microsoft Word, we provide a .doc file which can be used as a template.
MS Word template available:
Please use Helvetica or Times Roman Typeface
BOLD, 14 PT, ALL CAPS
12 Pt, in the format
A.B. Author and C.D. Author (12 Pt)
Organization, Street, Postal Code City – Country
E.F. Author (12 Pt)
Other Organization, Street, Postal Code City – Country
12 PT, BOLD, ALL CAPS
Your paper must be in English. It should start with a short abstract of 150 words describing the key elements of your contribution and its conclusions. This paragraph should be typeset in block mode, 10 pt, with left and right indents of .5 in.
1. Introduction (12 Pt, bold)
Your paper should then continue on the same page with an introduction. For these main sections the size is 12 pt, single line spacing with a spacing of 0 pt before and after the paragraph mark, and the lines are justified in block mode. Please use 1 in. top, bottom, left, and right on 8˝×11 paper; for authors using A4 paper, please use standard margins.
Additional sections should follow on the experimental set-up, results, their discussion, conclusions, acknowledgements and references.
2. Page numbering
Please do not number the pages of your paper.
3. Tables and figures
Tables, black and white or color figures should be inserted into the text at the appropriate place in publication quality. They should be centered and figures should be identified with a caption.
Note: All photographs and figures that are not in electronic format should be scanned into your paper at 300 dpi in BMP or JPEG format. If you are unable to scan such photographs and figures, please provide original images along with the text and tables of your paper to the registration desk at the meeting.
Please number your references and cite them in brackets . The list of references should be at the very end of your paper under the section heading “References”.
 A. Olson, S.A. Jonah, “MNSR Transient Analysis and Thermal-Hydraulic Safety Margins for HEU and LEU Cores Using PARET,” Proceedings of the XXIX International Meeting on Reduced Enrichment for Research and Test Reactors, Prague, Czech Republic, September 23-27, 2007.
The maximum length of your paper is 10 pages, including the title page and all tables and figures.
Please submit your paper in Microsoft Word format by e-mail or on diskette(s), CD, or on a Zip disk by August 1, 2008.
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