Membership in IACM consists of the following categories:
a) Individual Members:
b) Individual Members of National or Regional Associations:
Individual membership shall be open to any person engaged in, connected with or interested in the objectives of IACM and who is a university graduate in engineering, science, mathematics, or possesses equivalent qualifications.
c) Institutional Members:
Each National or Regional Association will communicate the list of its members annually to the IACM Secretariat. The members belonging to a National or Regional Association have the same rights and obligations as the Individual members.
d) Corporate Members:
The institutional membership category is open to non-profit research institutes, scientific and/or technical societies and universities, whose activities include the objectives of IACM.
d) Honorary Members:
The corporate membership category is open to industrial organizations whose activities and interests include the objectives of IACM.
Interested in becoming in IACM member?
This category is open to distinguished persons in the field of Computational Mechanics at an international level. Honorary members of IACM will be appointed by the Executive Council. The appointment of honorary members will have no limit of tenure. Honorary members will be permanent members of the General Council and they can take part as guests in meetings of the Executive Council.
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