A style I'm required to follow, unfortunately unnamed:
 Last, G.L., Loo, B.F., Mooo, C.C., “My wonderful title” Int. J. Heat Mass Transf., 32(19-21), pp. 234-245, (2001).
 Moobar, A.D. and Been, D., Book about pink ponies, New York: Wonderful publisher, pp. 34–41, (2003).
- numeric numbering in s
- First, L.L. name style
- article title in quotes
- year in braces at the end
The closest I could find is MLA Seventh edition, but it never does numeric references.
To answer some suggestions below: I didn't find a style file with the publisher. And no clear style description exists, other than the examples provided. (There is a few more, but the features I listed are the main thing in common.)
Again more information: http://spie.org/x14101.xml#Word is the instructions to follow. They provide an example MS Word file with manually typed citations. While I can use the LATEX file, I already have the paper in .DOC and need a citation style for that. So this is a question of its name.