Member’s Resources

Free Member E-Mail Aliases

Any Computer Society member can now have a e-mail address. Your address is an alias that forwards e-mail to your real address. It is valid as long as you are a CS member. If you change employers or Internet providers, simply change the forwarding address for your address, and all mail sent to your alias will be forwarded to your new address.

This alias service is available only to current Computer Society members who have registered for a IEEE Web Account . If you do not yet have an IEEE Web Account, register for one before signing up for your e-mail alias.

The Computer Society’s email alias service is a private benefit for its individual members; aliases may not be established for commercial or other organizational purposes. The Computer Society reserves the right to discontinue any alias which, in its sole opinion, is inconsistent with this policy intent or with the appropriate image of a society of professionals.

You must use updated version of any SSL-compliant browser, such as Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Microsoft Internet Explorer or Apple Safari to register for a IEEE Web Account, create a new e-mail alias, or modify an existing alias.

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Joining both IEEE and Computer Society:

North America: US $20
All others: US $17.50
(includes full access to Computer Society Digital Library)

IEEE Members adding Computer Society:
Worldwide: US $4


Students must belong to IEEE to join Computer Society.

Must carry at least 50% of a normal full-time academic program in a regular course of study in a computer related field

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