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Scopus: Author Profile

Scopus Author Profile

The Author Profiles allow researchers to:

  • Showcase research output
  • Demonstrate impact and collaborations
  • Update personal, departmental and institutional profiles
  • Allow future employers and funding agencies to evaluate work for hiring and grant approvals

Review your Author Profile to make sure it is up to date with the latest publications and citations.

The Author Profiles can be used to look for global and local activity in related research fields.

Reviewing and Revising Scopus Author Profiles

Use the Scopus Author Feedback Wizard to complete the following tasks:

  • Set a preferred name
  • Merge profiles
  • Add and remove documents
  • Update affiliation

See this source for more Scopus Author Feedback Wizard tips

Analyzing Author Output

An Author's output can be seen to show how active they are and the impact of their work. Below are the data points that can be viewed:

  • Documents by subject
  • Documents by source
  • Documents by type
  • Documents by year
  • Total citations
  • h-index
    • This metric is rates a researcher's performance based on career publications, as measured by the lifetime number of citations each article receives
  • Co-authors
  • Most contributed Topics (available on Author Details page)