The University subscribes to the Scopus database which allows a researcher to manage and track impact for their research outputs published by Elsevier. To find your Scopus Author ID, login to Scopus - see link below - and use the Author search to find your profile.
Scopus distinguishes between authors with the same name by giving each author a separate Author ID and grouping together all the documents written by that author.
Scopus Author ID is automatically generated if you have a paper in the Scopus database, so registration for a Scopus Author ID is not required.
Having a Scopus Author ID gives you the following benefits:
Scopus Author ID has the following limitations:
It is worth noting that there is no single tool for a researcher to gain a complete picture of their outputs and impact.
You will be automatically assigned a Scopus Author ID when you publish in a journal indexed by Scopus.
See how you can conduct search within Scopus using the Scopus Author ID and other elements. The tutorials provided on the page linked below outline how you can create an author search, view author details, find variations of an author's name, group names of authors with a selected author, view documents that have cited a selected author and view author performance information.
Watch How to unify your author identity with Scopus and ORCID for further guidance.
The Support Center by Scopus provides instructions on how to: