Scopus Author Profiles allow researchers to:
Showcase research output
Demonstrate impact and collaborations
Update personal and departmental websites, CV’s and institutional profiles
Scopus implements algorithmic and systematic author disambiguation. Powerful algorithmic data-processing groups papers to an individual's profile with a high degree of accuracy based on matching of name, email, affiliation, subject area, citations, and co-authors.
Despite the sophistication of the algorithmic profiling used by Scopus, algorithms cannot always match all documents to a single profile with 100% accuracy.
Check out your Scopus Author Profile to ensure that the details are correct and your citations are up to date.
If you notice multiple author profiles, you can request to have those profiles merged via the Author list page.
Also, you can use the Scopus Author Feedback Wizard to review your Scopus profile and submit feedback, including the ability to:
Set a preferred name
Add and remove documents
Please note: the affiliation history of each author is pulled from the affiliation information from the documents associated with that author. Discrepancies can occur, especially with incorrect country affiliation to Victoria (Australia vs Canada). Any concerns, please email Sue Bengtson.
Navigate to your Scopus Author Profile page to connect your profile to:
ORCiD: Connect to ORCiD via the ORCiD page by logging in or setting up an account
NIH: Export your list of documents > select RIS format and select Citation information to export > log in to your NCBI account and import the file to the manage by bibliography area
Export profile to SciVal
Explore an Author’s Profile to see which research areas they are active in and their impact by reviewing
Documents by author
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