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  1. Guidelines for Poster Presentation at the SEE Conference Savitri Garivait 1 and Suthum Patumsawad 2 1. The Joint Graduate School of Energy and Environment, King Mongkut’s University of Technology Thonburi, Bangkok, 10140, Thailand2. The King Mongkut’s Institute of Technology North Bangkok, Thailand INTRODUCTION This document is an example of the desired layout for poster presentation at the SEE Conference. Posters should not exceed an area of 90cm×120cm. The key elements of a poster are: title, authors, affiliation, introduction, materials and method, results and conclusion. References should be included where appropriate. The inclusion of acknowledgements is optional. Presenters are responsible for the provision of necessary materials for the mounting of their posters onto the display boards. FONT SIZE The font size of the title, author’s names, affiliation, section headings and main text are 72pt, 42pt, 28pt, 36pt and 32pt respectively. TABLES, GRAPHS AND OTHER FIGURES All tables, graphs, and other figures, including photographs, should be clear and of sufficient size to enable the desired information to be extracted by the reader. Table 1: The caption should be placed before the table. REFERENCES Citations in the text should be numbered consecutively. The reference list at the end of the text must conform to the following styles: [1] Wang, C.C. and Chang, C.T. (1996) International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer, 41, (20), pp. 3109-3120. [2] Webb, R.L. (1994) Principles of Enhanced Heat Transfer, John Wiley and Sons, Inc., New York, pp. 50-54. [3] Tennekes, H. (1982) Similarity relations, scaling laws and spectral dynamics In Nieuwstadt, F.T.M and Van Dop, H. (Eds) Atmospheric Turbulence and Air Pollution Modeling, R. Reidel Publishing Co., Dordrecht, pp. 107-158. [4] Botts, J.W. (1997) Proceedings of the International Joint Power Generation Conference, Denver, Colorado, November, 1997, pp. 511-522. [5] Singh, A. (1995) Heat transfer and modeling, Ph. D. Thesis, University of Maryland, College Park, USA. [6] Chullabodhi, C. (1998) Private Communication, King Mongkut’s University of Technology Thonburi (KMUTT), Bangkok, Thailand, November, 1998. Figure: 1 The caption should be placed after the figure.