Become a Member
If you wish to take advantage of the IIAV member benefits, complete the Registration Form. You will receive an e-mail with an activation link. If you click the link you may log in and choose the membership dues payment method. There are two payment methods:
- Complete the on-line encrypted and secure credit card form and submit it. This is the preferred payment method. You will be automatically notified if the payment is successful.
- Complete the payment form and return it with your payment as soon as possible to the IIAV Treasurer, at the address on the invoice. We accept only MasterCard or Visa. If you pay by bank transfer, please see that any bank charges or transfer payments are made before checks are written or bank transfers are made. Also, if you pay by bank transfer, it is very important that you provide details via fax or email to the Treasurer about the date and originating bank and of course your membership number; without this accompanying information, it may be impossible to trace the source of a bank transfer and for which member it was made. Checks must be issued on banks that have offices and addresses in the USA. You will be notified via e-mail if the payment is confirmed".
Membership as a Member is open to all who have at least a baccalaureate degree or its equivalent from an accredited institution and who are employed or have been employed in an activity related to acoustics and/or vibration.
Associate membership is open to all persons who wish to support and promote the activities of the Institute, but who do not meet the criteria for membership as a Member. The applications of Associates shall be approved by the Executive Director. Student membership is open to any student, for a period of up to three years, who is currently registered as a student and not in full-time employment and whose application is certified by a faculty member. Student applications shall be approved by the Executive Director. Emeritus membership rank is open to all persons who have held continuous membership for at least ten years and who have retired or who have terminated active employment.