CFO (Chief Fun Officer)
- Feb 13, 2016
- Seattle Area
Where are you reading the requirement for a degree for IEEE? As far as I know, they accept equivalent work experience in lieu of a degree.The key difference between IEEE and AES is that you don't need to have any academic degree to publish in AES.
As to AES membership, you have to have three sponsors to get accepted as a member. It is not as simple as just paying the money.
I personally don't like IEEE because they take free papers from authors and then charge an arm and a leg for access to them. They think everyone is a major corporation and can pay their fees.