Scopus Author ID

A Scopus Author ID is a unique identifier for authors used in the Scopus database which enables you to bring together all of your publications. Unlike an ORCID ID or ResearcherID you don't need to register for a Scopus Author ID, once a paper is indexed in Scopus it is automatically generated for you.

It is possible however, depending on name variants and institutional affiliations that you may have more than one Scopus Author ID. This can be easily fixed with the Scopus Author Feedback Wizard.

Scopus Author Profile Search

To find your Scopus Author ID use the Scopus Author Profile Search to search for yourself using your surname and initials. This will return a list of name matches showing the names, affiliations, associated variations, the number of documents and subject areas.

Use the Scopus Author Feedback Wizard to collect all your Scopus records in one unique author profile. To locate your documents as completely as possible, please provide all the name variants under which you have published. Once you have submitted the author profile the Scopus Author Feedback Team will process your request within 4 weeks.

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