The IEEE Circuits and Systems Society is the leading organization that promotes the advancement of the theory, analysis, computer aided design and practical implementation of circuits, and the application of circuit theoretic techniques to systems and signal processing. The Society brings engineers, researchers, scientists and others involved in circuits and systems applications access to the industry’s most essential technical information, networking opportunities, career development tools and many other exclusive benefits. Members with similar technical interests engage in professional exchange through the Society’s more than 100 local chapters in the United States, Canada, Europe, the Middle East, Africa, Latin America, Asia, Australia and the Pacific.
Membership includes Society Newsletter (electronic), IEEE Circuits and Systems Magazine (electronic and print), IEEE RFIC Virtual Journal (electronic), IEEE Circuits and Systems Society Digital Library and Conference Digital Library (electronic). Join here.
Take a look at all the benefits of being a member of the Circuits and Systems Society.
From ISCAS and other conferences to regional chapter events, technical committees and a host of other activities, a myriad of networking resources are available to share information and learn about new things happening in circuits and systems engineering.
Whether you’re looking for the hottest topics, the latest research breakthroughs and innovations, short courses on emerging technologies, or vendor exhibits of new commercial products and services related to circuits and systems, the IEEE Circuits and Systems Society offers access to a conference community that will help you meet your professional goals.In addition, with membership you also receive:
The Society has more than 100 regional chapters spanning across the United States, Canada, Europe, the Middle East, Africa, Latin America, Asia, Australia and the Pacific. Each chapter offers access to the industry’s most essential technical information, networking opportunities, career development tools, and many other exclusive benefits
IEEE offers IEEE MentorCentre, an online program designed to match IEEE members for a mentoring partnership. By volunteering as a mentor, individuals use their career and life experiences to help other IEEE members in their professional development. As a mentee, you lead your partnership by selecting your mentoring partner from among those who have volunteered to serve in this capacity.
Submit papers for publication in any of the IEEE trade journals for the opportunity to achieve industry recognition and esteem.Track trends in circuits and systems with a complimentary IEEE Circuits and Systems Magazine subscription and access to other magazines, papers, and other publications offered by the IEEE Circuits and Systems Society. Membership also gives you the option to purchase electronic access to all CAS publications.
Stay current on industry and society news with the CAS Society Newsletter.
Student Membership Benefits
Jump-start your career by learning the latest in circuits and systems engineering from the industry’s best. From workshops on emerging technologies to networking events, the Society provides student members with first-hand access to resources to advance professional development. In addition to all of the benefits offered through standard membership, student members of the Circuits and Systems Society received the following additional benefits:
- Special Scholarship Opportunities
- Student Travel Awards
- Special student discounts on CAS Conferences and Workshops including the CAS Workshops on Emerging Technologies
- Career Services and assistance
- Young Professionals functions and initiatives
Membership Fees & Application
Circuits and Systems Society membership covers one calendar year, beginning on 1 January and ending on 31 December. Professionals can join at any time during the calendar year and fees are prorated based on the month in which membership begins through the end of the calendar year. The cost of membership includes Society dues plus the specified amount based on the region in which you reside.
New Rates for 2017:
|Classification||General Membership||Student Membership|
|IEEE CAS Society Dues||$22.00||$11.00|
|IEEE Membership: United States||$201.00||$32.00|
|IEEE Membership: Canada (includes GST)||$173.35||$33.60|
|IEEE Membership: Canada (incl. NB, NF and ON HST)||$185.11||$36.16|
|IEEE Membership: Canada (incl. Nova Scotia HST)||$188.05||$36.80|
|IEEE Membership: Canada (incl. PEI HST)||$186.58||$36.48|
|IEEE Membership: Canada (GST and QST Quebec)||$188.01||$36.79|
|IEEE Membership: Africa, Europe, Middle East||$162.00||$27.00|
|IEEE Membership: Latin America||$153.00||$27.00|
|IEEE Membership: Asia, Pacific||$154.00||$27.00|
Minimum Income or Unemployed 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. Join CAS or add to your existing IEEE membership.
Young Professionals Program (YP) CAS Members
If you are an IEEE Member who has received your first professional degree within the last ten years, you are automatically part of IEEE YP. The IEEE Circuits and Systems Society would like to find better ways to serve your needs as a CASS YP member. Your feedback is important to us as it will increase the variety and quality of the many services the IEEE CASS already offers you. You can learn more about YP at http://www.ieee.org/membership_services/membership/young_professionals/index.html
Senior member is the highest grade for which IEEE members can apply. IEEE members can self-nominate, or be nominated, for Senior member grade. To be eligible for application or nomination, candidates must:
- be engineers, scientists, educators, technical executives, or originators in IEEE-designated fields;
- have experience reflecting professional maturity;
- have been in professional practice for at least ten years;
- show significant performance over a period of at least five of their years in professional practice.
For more information on the IEEE Senior Member Grade and to apply, visit: http://www.ieee.org/membership_services/membership/senior/index.html.
Congratulations to the following CASS members that have been elevated to Senior Member in 2016. We are proud of your success and hope that this elevation will bring you personal satisfaction.
February 2016: Adrijan Baric, Richard Baumgartner, Dharmendar Boolchandani, Lubomir Brancik, Ming Cao, Ricardo Carmona-Galan, Hyouk-Kyu Cha, Azura Che Soh, Michael Chen, Yiran Chen, William Edmonson, Chi-Seng Lam, Hai Li, Iole Moccagatta, Jose Orozco, Massimo Panella, Costas Psychalinos, Rajaram Sivasubramania
March 2016: Roc Berenguer, Jasronita Jasni, Magnus Karlsson, Palanivel Natesan, Luis Oliveira, Xun Zhang
April 2016: Seyedreza Abdollahi, Chris Abel, Ahmed Ali, Philip Brisk, Shan Du, Tong Ge, Asnor Juraiza Ishak, Guo-Ping Jiang, Sivasankaran K, Andreas Koschak, Man-Kay Law, Lini Lee, Huadong Ma, Jeffrey Mcharg, Samad Moini, Chongwah Ngo, Dirk Niggemeyer, Jonathan Proesel, Jackie Rice, Siti Ruslan, Eun Ryu, Umut Sezen, Anthony William Sloman, Soegija Soegijoko, Vladimir Stojanovic, Nan Sun, Christophe Tretz, Tanya Vladimirova, Stuart Wooters
May 2016: Krishna Kanth Avalur, Thomas Farmer, Chin Hu Ong, Wing-Shan Tam, Dong Tian and Ivan Uzunov
June 2016: Arash Ahmadi, Costas Argyrides, Joachim Becker, Davide Brunelli, Paul Ferguson, Yong Hei, Mahdi Jalili, Tai-Haur Kuo, Jesus Mejia Silva, David O’Brien, Nuno Paulino, Jaga Rajendran, Timothy Riehle, Jorge Tejada-Polo, James Wilson and Yongxiang Xia
July 2016: Byungsub Kim, Peilin Liu, Itakura Tetsuro, Sang-Min Yoo, Mohammad Hossein Zarifi, Bruno Zatt and Yuanjin Zheng
August 2016: Jennifer Christen, Colin Elston, John Hu, Michael Lhamon, Mohd Mustaffa, Steve Majerus, Amit Patra
November 2016: Pamela Ann Abshire, Sarah Armstrong, Jagoda Borovickic, Arturo Buscarino, Alfonso Chacon-Rodriguez, Xi Chen, Paolo Crippa, Jaydip Desai, Liu Dong-Sheng, Gregory Duncan, Pierre-Emmanuel Gaillardon, Howard Heys, Glen Hush, Rosdiazli Ibrahim, Zoran Ivanovski, Marco Lanuzza, Salvatore Levantino, Yide Ma, Terrence Mak, Brahim Mezghani, Med Nariman, Sungkyung Park, Abdoul Rjoub, Jussi Ryynanen, David Stetzer, Petr Toman, Chia-Ling Wei, Zhen Yu