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  • IEEE membership runs from 1 January through 31 December.
  • NEW applications received between 16 August 2015 and 28 February 2016 will automatically be processed at the full year dues rates. Services begin immediately.
  • NEW applications received between 1 March and 15 August 2015 will automatically be processed for half-year membership ending 31 December 2015 at the half-year dues rates. Exception is when the applicant specifically requests their application be processed for the full year. However, we cannot guarantee availability of back issues of all publications for the first half of the calendar year.

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IEEE SPS Member - 2015 Fee

Full Year: $20.00/$35.00, plus IEEE fee Half Year: $10.00/$17.50, plus IEEE fee (applies to new members only)
   

$20.00 fee includes: IEEE Signal Processing Magazine (electronic and digital), Inside Signal Processing eNewsletter (electronic) and IEEE Signal Processing Society Content Gazette (electronic) and access to member-exclusive content in SigView, the Signal Processing Society's premier online library of video tutorials, lectures, and more.

Add $15 to SPS Membership fee and also receive:
IEEE Signal Processing Magazine (print) and SPS Digital Library: online access to IEEE Signal Processing Magazine, IEEE Signal Processing Letters, IEEE Journal of Selected Topics in Signal Processing, IEEE Transactions on Audio, Speech, and Language Processing, IEEE Transactions on Image Processing, IEEE Transactions on Information Forensics and Security and IEEE Transactions on Signal Processing.

  • Application form to join Sigal Processing Society pdf | online

Student Member - 2015 Fee

Full Year: $10.00/$18.00, plus IEEE fee Half Year: $5.00/$9.00, plus IEEE fee (applies to new members only)
   

$10.00 fee includes: IEEE Signal Processing Magazine (electronic and digital), Inside Signal Processing eNewsletter (electronic) and IEEE Signal Processing Society Content Gazette (electronic) and access to member-exclusive content in SigView, the Signal Processing Society's premier online library of video tutorials, lectures, and more.

Add $8 to SPS Membership fee and also receive:
IEEE Signal Processing Magazine (print) and SPS Digital Library: online access to IEEE Signal Processing Magazine, IEEE Signal Processing Letters, IEEE Journal of Selected Topics in Signal Processing, IEEE Transactions on Audio, Speech, and Language Processing, IEEE Transactions on Image Processing, IEEE Transactions on Information Forensics and Security and IEEE Transactions on Signal Processing.

  • Application form for Student to join Signal Processing Society pdf | online

Society Affiliate Member - 2015 Fee

A Society Affiliate is a non-IEEE professional who is generally a member of another professional Society and wishes to affiliate with one of IEEE's Societies. For an annual Affiliate fee paid to IEEE plus the individual Society's membership dues, the affiliate is admitted to membership in a specific IEEE Society.

Full Year: $20.00/$35.00, plus $71.00 for IEEE fee = $91.00/$106.00 Half Year: $10.00/$17.50, for SPS Membership, plus $35.50 for IEEE fee. $45.50/$53.00* (applies to new affiliate members only)
   

$20.00 fee includes: IEEE Signal Processing Magazine (electronic and digital), Inside Signal Processing eNewsletter (electronic) and IEEE Signal Processing Society Content Gazette (electronic) and and access to member-exclusive content in SigView, the Signal Processing Society's premier online library of video tutorials, lectures, and more.

Add $15 to SPS Membership fee and also receive:
IEEE Signal Processing Magazine (print) and SPS Digital Library: online access to IEEE Signal Processing Magazine, IEEE Signal Processing Letters, IEEE Journal of Selected Topics in Signal Processing, IEEE Transactions on Audio, Speech, and Language Processing, IEEE Transactions on Image Processing, IEEE Transactions on Information Forensics and Security and IEEE Transactions on Signal Processing.

  • Application form to join Sigal Processing Society as Affiliate pdf | online

Special Circumstances for Reduced IEEE Membership Dues

IEEE realizes that economic circumstances may impact some members' ability to pay the full amount of IEEE membership dues. For this reason, the following special circumstance categories have been established. Special circumstance discounts are not available to Student members or to members in developing nations who take the e-Membership option. Only one category may be claimed in any year.

Developing Nations: IEEE offers an electronic membership (e-Membership) option with reduced dues to members who live in developing nations. The e-Membership option is available to new and renewing higher grade members who reside in countries where the per capita Gross Domestic Product (GDP) does not exceed US$15,000 (per United Nations Guidelines). The annual base dues for the e-Membership option are just US$50 plus regional assessments. No additional special circumstance discount can taken with e-Membership. This option is not available to students.

Minimum Income, Retired, Unemployed and Permanently Disabled Provision

Minimum Income Provision: Applicants who certify that their prior year's income did not exceed US $13,800 or equivalent are granted a 50% reduction in IEEE dues, regional assessment and dues for one IEEE Society and its optional publications. Please submit written certification with application and payment. Student members are NOT eligible.

Retired Provision: A retired member, not gainfully employed and not qualifying for Life Member Status, on attaining the age of 62 years, may apply for a 50% reduction in dues and assessments. An individual who qualifies for the IEEE Retired Member category may continue any and all Society memberships held for not less than the 5 prior years. Optional publication fees equal those established for Student members.

Unemployed Provision: A 50% reduction in membership dues, Society dues, other subscriptions and assessments are available to a member or applicant who informs the IEEE Operations Center Office that he/she: (1) has become involuntarily unemployed and is seeking reemployment, or (2) has become voluntarily unemployed for reasons of raising children. A statement of continued unemployment shall be provided with each annual dues payment. In the case of voluntary unemployment, the provisions of this Bylaw shall not exceed four years. The reduced payments may not be made in installments.

Permanently Disabled Provision: The IEEE membership dues and assessments, if any, shall be waived for those members who become permanently disabled. "Permanent disability" shall mean a medically determinable physical or mental impairment which (i) renders the individual incapable of performing any substantial gainful employment, (ii) can be expected to be of long-continued and indefinite duration or result in death, and (iii) is evidenced by a certification to this effect by a doctor of medicine approved by the Executive Director. The Executive Director shall determine the date on which the permanent disability shall have occurred if such determination is necessary.