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Membership of the European Association of Thermology (EAT).

Procedure for applying for EAT membership
An applicant should express his/her interest in becoming a member of the EAT by sending an email message or letter to the General Secretary, he will send you a form that you must fill and return. Each applicant has to be ratified by the Board members of the EAT.
In your application please include your title and/or academic degree as well as your citizenship within Europe as only European academics can become ordinary members.
Although optional, it will be useful if the applicant could also indicate why they wish to join the EAT.
Legal bodies such as scientific associations must declare the country where they are located and state that promoting thermology is the aim of their non profit organisation. Addresses and the optional information are the same as for individual members.
The annual fee is 50.- Euro which includes a subscription to THERMOLOGY INTERNATIONAL. (from 2012 as an online Journal).
EAT membership rules, including information for Senior, Supporting and Extraordinary members can be found in the STATUTES of this web site (see especially paragraphs 4 to 7). The statutes can also be downloaded as a pdf file Statutes.
EAT membership certifies an interest in thermology. It must not be understood as certification of knowledge or skills in any technique applied in thermology. The name and logo of the EAT must not be used in promotional material of medical or commercial services. In such cases, the EAT will consider termination of membership if the member does not remove the publicity. Details of EAT membership may be included in personal web profiles or CVs/resumes, provided the correct type of membership (ordinary or extraordinary) is cited.

Any questions regarding membership can be addressed to the EAT Secretary: Dr. Ricardo Vardasca
Any questions regarding membership fees can be addressed to the EAT Treasurer: Prof. Dr. med. Kurt Ammer


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