Membership Development Committee
Coordinator: Ermanno Cardelli
Members: Daniela Proto, Stefano Massucco, Bernardo Tellini
IEEE membership is open to professionals and Students with varying levels of academic accomplishment and work experience. Technical and non-technical applicants who would benefit by membership and participation in the IEEE enter as Associate members. Member and Senior Member grades recognize those who have achieved professional proficiency, as demonstrated by degrees received and/or work experience.
Application for membership can be done on-line here.
Elevation to Senior Member
If you can answer yes to these three questions, you are eligible to upgrade your status to the grade of Senior Member:
- Are you an engineer, scientist, educator, technical executive or originator in an IEEE field?
- Have you been in professional practice for at least ten years (can include 3 years for degree study in an IEEE-designated field, 4 years for degree plus masters, or 5 years for a PhD)?
- Have you shown significant performance over a period of at least five of those years? This can be in roles such as team leader, task supervisor, researcher with some measure of success (papers), or faculty developing and teaching courses with research and publications.
Senior membership elevation requirements and process.
Elevation to Fellow Member
The Fellows Program was established to recognize and honor outstanding members for their significant accomplishments in the advancement or application of engineering, science, and technology and for their contributions to the mission of the IEEE: to advance global prosperity by fostering technological innovation, enabling members’ careers and promoting community worldwide.
Fellow membership elevation requirements.
Online Nomination Process for IEEE Fellow Grade
List of Italian Fellows
This file contains the list of all Italian Fellows for alphabetic order.
This file contains the list of Italian Life Fellows for alphabetic order.
Member Grade Elevation
Follow the link for information about member grade elevation.