There are two types of membership, described below. More specific information about membership can be found in the constitution.
The member is a student working toward a degree in an accredited program. The member's research interests must match the general research areas promoted by ABNMS. Applications for Student Membership must be approved by the Membership Committee, after being lodged in writing (e.g., by online registration or email) with the Secretary. Student Members are not able to vote on official ABNMS matters or serve on its committees, but are otherwise entitled to the same privileges of membership as Full Members. Student Members may be eligible for discounts in fees and charges associated with membership and activities of ABNMS.
The member is a student or professional active in the theory, development or application of BN technology. Applications for Full Membership must be approved by the Membership Committee, after being lodged in writing (e.g., by online registration or email) with the Secretary. Full Members are eligible to serve on the Board or any ABNMS committees. Full members will also be able vote on official ABNMS matters such as Board elections and other issues presented to the membership as they arise.
|Full Membership||$50/yr (AUD)|
Note that members receive a discount when registering for the annual ABNMS conference.
You can sign up from the membership page.