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IEEE Transactions on Terahertz Science and Technology accepting submissions


Member-get-a-Member Program

Peer-to-peer referral is the most prominent means of member recruitment.  Individuals are not likely to join IEEE unless they are asked.  Now, you can get rewarded for sharing your IEEE membership experience with a colleague.  Through the Member-Get-a-Member program, IEEE rewards your efforts in recruiting new members.

Your local IEEE Section can also benefit.  

For each new member you recruit, you earn an award which can be used toward IEEE dues, MTT-Society fees or the purchase of IEEE products and services. During the 2012 membership year (16 August 2011 through 15 August 2012), the IEEE MGM Program offers the following award schedule to members who recruit other individuals into IEEE membership.

Professional members can earn:

  • US$15 for each Professional member recruited;
  • US$5 for each Professional member recruited to e-Membership (offered in developing nations only);
  • The maximum amount a member can earn during the membership year is US$90.

Student members can earn:

  • US$2 for each Student or Graduate Student member recruited;
  • US$15 for each Professional member recruited;
  • US$5 for each Professional member recruited to e-Membership (offered in developing nations only);
  • The maximum amount a member can earn during the membership year is US$90.

The IEEE even provides you with referral cards you can print and handout to your colleagues  

Click here for more details on this program including tips on recruiting.


IEEE Transactions on Terahertz Science and Technology accepting submissions

The Transactions on Terahertz Science and Technology has opened its submission site for general articles ( www.thz.ieee.org - SUBMIT A PAPER). We welcome prospective authors to contribute to this new IEEE publication. General topic areas are listed on the web page. The journal will maintain the high standards of the IEEE Transactions while keeping publication turnaround times extremely short. Our goal is to have rapid posting through IEEE Xplore of accepted articles within three months of submission.

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The inaugural issue is targeted for release in the fall of 2011. This issue will emphasize broad area review papers and breakthrough THz technologies and applications. Potential contributors to the inaugural issue should submit manuscripts in one or more of the topic areas listed here on or before March 1, 2011 and to contact one or more of the Topic Editors at  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it . Subsequent issues are open to all relevant contributions and accepted articles will be posted electronically before the Inaugural issue appears in print. For questions or further details contact the editors at  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Last Updated on 18 July 2014