How to Join the Magnetics Society

There are various ways to become a member of the Magnetics Society of the IEEE. Please refer to the explanations below for various membership and affiliation options.

  1. Become a Member of the IEEE and add the Magnetics Society by paying the additional society fee.
    • If you are already an IEEE member, you can add the Magnetics Society by going to the IEEE membership catalog.
  2. Become an Associate Member.
    • If you do not meet the requirements for full IEEE Membership due to insufficient educational qualification or experience, you can join the IEEE as an Associate Member and add the Magnetics Society as above.
  3. Become a Student Member at a reduced rate if you qualify as a student.
  4. Become an Affiliate of the Magnetics Society.
    • A Society Affiliate is generally a non-IEEE professional member of a professional organization other than IEEE who would benefit from affiliation with one of IEEE's Societies. For an annual Affiliate fee paid to IEEE plus the individual Society's membership dues they are admitted to the membership of that Society. Affiliates are not full IEEE members and are not entitled to any IEEE benefits reserved for IEEE members only. All Affiliate benefits and services derived come directly from the Society they are affiliated with.
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IEEE Magnetics Society Membership includes access to the Society Newsletter (electronic), IEEE Transactions on Magnetics (electronic), IEEE Magnetics Letters (electronic), IEEE Translation Journal on Magnetics in Japan 1985-1994 archive (electronic), and IEEE Magnetics Society Digital Library (electronic).

In addition, as a member of the Society, you will receive communications about networking opportunities, conferences, meetings, special events, other member benefits, and more.

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Students who recently joined or renewed at full price may write to the IEEE Contact Center (Click to show email) to request a credit on future membership dues.

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