Author Search Scopus : Search Author Profile ID on Scopus

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You know Scopus is the world’s largest abstract and citation database of peer-reviewed research literature. With over 22,000 titles from over 5,000 international publishers.

Author Search Scopus : Search Author Profile ID on Scopus

Organization NameScopus
Total Author17.6+ million
Total Record84+ million

What is Scopus Author ID?

Your Scopus Author ID allows you to track your publications indexed in the Scopus Citation Database and create metric reports. You can use Scopus to follow up on results from other researchers and institutions and identify potential collaborators.

copus uniquely combines a comprehensive, expertly curated abstract and citation database with enriched data and linked scholarly literature across a wide variety of disciplines.

Scopus quickly finds relevant and authoritative research, identifies experts and provides access to reliable data, metrics and analytical tools. Be confident in progressing research, teaching or research direction and priorities — all from one database and with one subscription.

Scopus Author ID Search

Scopus Author ID is automatically generated if you have a paper in the database so registration for a Scopus Author ID is not required.

Having a Scopus Author ID allows you to easily see a list of your publications and view citation metrics such as h-index measures, citation counts, publications and co-authors.

Scopus Author ID can be linked to ORCID so publications can be imported into your ORCID.

How To Check your Scopus Author ID

1. Go to Scopus.
2. Conduct an Author Search on your name and your affiliation e.g. RMIT University. Did you find a record for yourself?
3. If you did, make a note of your Author ID so that you can add this to your ORCID profile. You can also get citation alerts and request corrections of your details in Scopus using this ID number.

Author Search Scopus : Search Author Profile ID on Scopus
Author Search Scopus : Search Author Profile ID on Scopus

Find your Scopus Author ID

A Scopus Author ID is automatically generated the first time one of your publications is indexed in Scopus.

In Scopus, search for your name or one of your indexed publications and go to your Author Details page (accessed by clicking on your name when it appears in a search results list, a source document details page, or a document details page).

n.b. Due to variant publishing names Scopus may generate multiple IDs for the same author. Ensure you merge all your IDs to optimize your citation metrics.

Update your Profile & Merge IDs

From your Author Details page, click on ‘Request author detail corrections’ to open the Author Feedback Wizard. Here you can review your profile and publication list and add alternative publishing names and other affiliations, 

Connect to ORCID

From Scopus, search for one of your publications and go to your Author Details page (accessed by clicking on your name when it appears in a search results list, a source document details page, or a document details page) and then click on ‘Add to ORCID’. This will open the Scopus Author Feedback wizard.

Linking your Scopus Author ID and ORCID

Linking your Scopus ID with ORCID will allow you to transfer publication details from Scopus into your ORCiD profile.

Option 1: Linking ORCID from Scopus Author ID

1.Go to Scopus Author search
2. Search by your name and RMIT University in the Affiliation field
3. Click on your name in the results list to open your profile page. (Please note: you won’t find an an Author ID if you don’t have works already indexed by Scopus)
4. If you do have an Author ID, select ‘Connect to ORCID’ (located in ‘Profile Actions’)
6. Follow the steps to associate your Scopus author profile with your ORCID record

Option 2: Linking Scopus Author ID from ORCID

1. Login to ORCID
2. In the Works section, select ‘Add works’ and then ‘Search & link’
3. Select Scopus Elsevier from the list and authorise
4. Follow the steps to associate your Scopus profile and works with ORCID

Scopus Database includes

84+ million records
• 58.5+ million post-1995 records, including references
• 25.4+ million pre-1996 records, as far back as 1788
• 18.0+ million open access items, including gold, hybrid gold, green & bronze
• 10.9+ million conference papers
• 15.8+ million items with funding details
• 47.4 million patent links

27.1+ thousand active serial titles

• 25.8+ thousand active peer-reviewed journals
— Including 5.3+ thousand gold open
access journals
• 825+ book series
— Featuring 63.3+ thousand book series volumes
• 240+ trade publications

249.0+ thousand books

• Includes monographs, edited volumes, major
reference works & textbooks
• Focus on arts & humanities & social sciences, as
well as science, technology & medicine

• 1.06+ million preprints from arXiv, bioRxiv,
ChemRxiv, medRxiv & SSRN, available in
Scopus Author Profiles
• Average of 29+ references per paper
• Average of 11+ citations per paper
• 59.0+ thousand titles have a 2020 CiteScore
— 4%+ increase year-on-year for the
past 3 years
— Scopus includes article, author and journallevel metrics, including CiteScore metrics

Publications per major subject area

Social Sciences

11.5+ thousand titles in arts & humanities; business, management & accounting; decision sciences; economics, econometrics & nance; psychology; social sciences

Physical Sciences

9.0+ thousand titles in chemical engineering; chemistry; computer science; earth & planetary sciences; energy; engineering; environmental science; materials science; mathematics; physics & astronomy

Health Sciences

7.5+ thousand titles in medicine; nursing; dentistry; health professions; veterinary

Life Sciences

5.1+ thousand titles in agriculture & biological sciences; biochemistry, genetics & molecular biology; immunology & microbiology; neuroscience; pharmacology, toxicology & pharmaceutics

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