Uncertainty Quantification Foundation Membership
We are scientists, engineers, mathematicians, data scientists, and statisticians working to push forward the field of uncertainty quantification, provide a bridge between the work of researchers and organizations that can drive innovation across the public and private sectors, and advance fundamental science that can be used to develop advanced tools and technologies to foster innovation for the broader public benefit.
What does it mean to be a member of the UQ Foundation?
Being part of the Uncertainty Quantification Foundations means that you are part of a community of thinkers and professionals that understand the increasing practical importance of uncertainty quantification to the natural sciences and engineering, especially as statistical reasoning has become an essential component of modern scientific thinking. The UQ Foundation is an open membership organization, so anyone who uses, is a practitioner or researcher, or understands the importance of uncertainty quantification, or is just interested in UQ can join.
For those who wish to do more, we have classes of membership for those who contribute time, work, and money to the foundation.
What membership classes are there?
There are five classes of members: Basic Members, Supporting Members, Contributing Members, Managing Members, and Governing Members.
Basic members are individuals or entities who are part of the UQ community and have decided to declare their support for pushing forward the field of uncertainty quantification. If you want to declare your support, you can sign up as a Basic Member right here.
Supporting Members make an annual donation to the UQ Foundation to sustain the Foundation and support it in carrying out its mission. Supporting Members are eligible to vote. Charitable contributions are vital for the sustainability and growth of the Foundation, and if you want to help us achieve our mission, you can sign up as a Basic Member here, and then head over to our Donations page to make your annual contribution.
Contributing Members are people who dedicate at least five hours per month working on projects that advance the mission of UQ Foundation, where the work relates to the creation or maintenance of open source software available to the public at no charge. Contributing Members are eligible to vote. For details about signing up as a Contributing Member, please see this form.
Managing Members are people who dedicate at least five hours per month working to support the UQ Foundation through participating on one or more working groups. These working groups can be established to manage an event, work through an administrative matter, plan campaigns, or other activities furthering the mission of UQF outside of our program areas or creating and maintaining software. Managing Members are eligible to vote. For details about signing up as a Managing Member, please see this form.
Governing Members are members of the UQ community who have been elected to the Uncertainty Quantification Foundation Board of Directors. These people support the Foundation through an annual donation, as well as working at least five hours per month on administrative and governance issues and at least five hours per month working on projects to advance the mission of the Foundation. Governing Members are eligible to vote. Candidates for election to the Board of Directors are nominated and voted upon by the voting membership at the annual meeting of members.
Who is allowed to vote?
To vote, you must (1) be eligible to vote, and then (2) elect to exercise voting privileges.
Who is eligible to vote: Supporting Members, Contributing Members, Managing Members, and Governing Members.
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