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One Dollar. Endless Opportunity. Become an SPS Student Member for $1

We’re excited to announce that beginning in the 2019 membership year, IEEE students and graduate student members will be able to join the IEEE Signal Processing Society for just one dollar!

No coupon. No promotion code. No strings attached. Beginning 16 August 2018, all IEEE Student and Graduate Student Members will be eligible for $1 SPS membership.

Renewing as an SPS Student or Graduate Student? You’ll be able to renew for $1 when the renewal period opens this September.

The $1 pricing for students applies only to SPS Essential student membership. SPS Preferred student membership will still cost $20/year.

 

 

Are you a signal processing or data science student looking to build a professional network as you kickstart your career? Do you have friends or students interested in learning more about the exciting signal processing and data science applications enabling the next wave of autonomous vehicles, Internet of Things devices, and 5G? Now’s the time to discover the professional, educational, and technical benefits of SPS membership!

SPS membership unlocks access to the educational tools, career development resources, and the professional network you need to jumpstart your career in signal and data science. Join SPS and connect with our global community of professionals today.

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