The Indonesian Optical Society

e-mail: InOS@IndonesianOptics.org

Membership

Types of membership:

a. Fellow (Anggota Utama)
b. Regular Member (Anggota Penuh)
c. Associate Member (Anggota Muda)
d. Honorary Member (Anggota Kehormatan)

e. Corporate Member (Anggota Korporasi)

To be a member of InOS, please fill in the membership enrollment form and send it back to InOS Secretariat through e-mail or post. Please click here to read the InOS’s Constitution (and its amandment) and InOS’s By-laws (and its amandment).

 

Fellow (Anggota Utama)
An InOS’s Fellow is a scientist who has produced research works in optics, which has been patented or published in international journal(s), which were indexed by international citation indexing institution like Thomson-Reuters or Scopus and recognized as seminal scientific contribution according to InOS’s constitution (and its amandment) and InOS’s By-laws (and its amandment)

 

Regular Member (Anggota Penuh)
An InOS’s Regular Member is a scholar who has showed research track of record in optics which has been patented or published in international journal, which were indexed by international citation indexing institution like Thomson-Reuters or Scopus. The awarding of this membership is defined in InOS’s Constitution (and its amandment) and InOS’s By-laws (and its amandment).

 

Associate Member (Anggota Muda)
An InOS’s Associate Member is a graduate of S1 (bachelor degree) who is interested and involved in acitivities in optics. The awarding of this membership is defined in InOS’s Constitution (and its amandment) and InOS’s By-laws (and its amandment).

 

Honorary Member (Anggota Kehormatan)
An InOS’s Honorary Member is a public figure who has significant contribution to the development of science and technology in the field of optics. The awarding of this membership is defined in InOS’s Constitution (and its amandment) and InOS’s By-laws (and its amandment).

 

Corporate Member (Anggota Korporasi)
An InOS’s Corporate Member is a company or industry working in science in general and/or specially in optics that intend to contribute to advancement of science and technology in the field of optics especially in Indonesia through the Indonesian Optical Society. The awarding of this membership is defined in InOS’s Constitution (and its amandment) and InOS’s By-laws (and its amandment).