Send Scopus Author details and publication list to ORCID

Your publications on Scopus may be spread over a number of different Author profiles, because these are generated automatically.
In order to create a single profile containing the correct publications, please follow the steps in this wizard.
On completion, any changes will also be sent as corrections to Scopus.

ORCID (Open Researcher and Contributor ID) seeks to remedy the systemic name ambiguity problems seen in scholarly research by assigning unique identifiers linkable to an individual's research output. If you have not yet created an ORCID profile, you will be able to do so during the process that follows; alternatively, you can register first at http://orcid.org and then import your works from your profile page.

The “Start” button will take you to the ORCID site, where you can give permission for us to read your ORCID record (in order to find your profile(s) in Scopus), and send your ID to ORCID. If you choose to send a list of your publications to ORCID at the end of this process, we will repeat this to gain permission to update your ORCID record.