Dues of the International Association
of Mathematical Physics
IAMP members can find out the status of their dues payment by
viewing their own entry in the
Non-members can apply for membership at Membership Database by clicking on `Register a new account'. See also
how to become a member.
The current annual dues have been set by the Executive Committee.
Dues for ordinary membership
In order to minimize administrative costs, members are encouraged to
pay for at least three years at a time. It is also possible to obtain
life membership in the association.
Reduced dues status
New members enjoy free membership in the calendar year when they join.
Reduced dues status is available for members who are not affiliated
with an OECD or EU country and whose yearly professional income is below 12,000 Swiss francs.
The reduced dues status must be renewed every three years.
Applications and requests for further information should be sent
to the Treasurer (see About the IAMP
Life membership in the Association is also available. It is available
to members who have paid a total of 25 year dues on or after Jan 1,
1995. Members may contact the treasurer to inquire about the amount of
dues necessary to reach life membership status. In any case even if no
further payment of dues is needed, life membership is granted only
after request to the treasurer (e-mail
Associate membership is available to organizations, institutions,
publishers, and others interested in promoting mathematical physics.
For more information see the associate member page or contact the
president. The yearly dues for associate members are ten times the
dues for ordinary members (see above
The association welcomes donations. Donations may be sent by check or
bank transfer as explained below. Members have the additional option
to donate by credit card.
By Bank Transfer
Account No. 9400144
May be deposited in
Sparkasse Bielefeld (BLZ 48050161)
Swiftcode: SPBI DE 3B XXX
Make sure to make drafts payable to IAMP and note the years to be
covered by dues. BLZ (
„Bankleitzahl“) is the German bank identification number.
In addition, dues may be paid by Check in US Dollars:
Please print this form
and send it with your check to the address specified on the form.