Scopus Author Profiles allow researchers to:
Showcase research output
Demonstrate impact and collaborations
Update personal and departmental websites, CV’s and institutional profiles
Author Profiles allow potential employers and funding agencies to:
Evaluate your work quickly and easily in one place
Inform hiring and promotion decisions
Decide which researchers or teams of researchers will receive research grants
Scopus is the only database that 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.
Review your Author Profile to make sure it is up to date with the latest publications, and citations.
Use Author Profiles to look for other researchers (globally and locally) active in the same research field for collaboration or to review the latest research your colleagues have published.
Search for authors using the Author search functionality.
Despite the sophistication of the algorithmic profiling used by Scopus, algorithms cannot always match all documents to a single profile with 100% accuracy.
The Scopus Author Feedback Wizard, which now features modular options, supports faster and easier updates. Skip the step-by-step process and provide feedback on an individual component of an author profile. The new workflow also delivers visual feedback on the changes you are requesting, so it’s easy to spot and correct errors prior to submission.
With the Author Feedback Wizard, you can:
Set a preferred name—in accordance with Elsevier's new inclusive name change policy, researchers can now invisibly change their name on published peer-reviewed articles to protect an author's privacy
Add and remove documents, including preprints from the following preprint servers:
arXiv, ChemRxiv, bioRxiv, medRxiv and SSRN
You can also request to merge duplicate profiles via the Author list page.
Explore an Author’s output to see which research areas they are active in and their impact by reviewing:
Documents by subject
Documents by source
Documents by type
Documents by year
Most contributed Topics (available on Author Details page)
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