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I am going to submit a paper to a IEEE transaction. I am a student member of IEEE. In the auther line of the paper, do I append "IEEE, Member", "IEEE, Student Member" or nothing after my name?

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    I think "IEEE, Student Member" is the best choice. – antmw1361 Mar 21 '13 at 3:05
  • Why do you want to hide your affiliation with your university? – user13107 Mar 21 '13 at 4:18
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    @user13107: IEEE stupidly insists that all authors who are IEEE members identify themselves as such on the title page. The authors' university/industry affiliations are listed on the title page as well. – JeffE Mar 21 '13 at 5:03
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I have published in the IEEE and "Student Member, IEEE, " is what you should write after your name (if you care to), because you're not a full member. Note that it doesn't have any benefits to it — you don't get a discount/additional copies/favorable review/faster review/muffins/... nada. It is exactly the same as if you had listed nothing at all.

Perhaps the only advantage might be for senior members, who want visibility (as a member) in order to be elected a Fellow, and for Fellows, if they want to show off (but by that point, you probably don't care).

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    Having said that, I don't know why you're asking such a localized question on this site. Go consult your journal's manuscript guidelines article for such minor details. – user6431 Mar 21 '13 at 8:10

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