Scopus author profile is an online profile assigned to individual authors by Scopus. The profile includes a list of publications, along with citation metrics, affiliations, research interests, and other information.
A Scopus author profile is associated with a unique Scopus Author ID, which is a numerical identifier assigned to each author. The Scopus Author ID helps to differentiate authors with similar names and ensure accurate attribution of publications.
The below video guide shows how to merge multiple Scopus IDs, update and correct your name and affiliation, and add any missing documents.
To add missing documents to your Scopus profile, click on "Edit profile", then when prompted "Yes,
If the document you wish to add cannot be found, it could be that the publishers are not indexed by Scopus. To see if the document falls under the Scopus coverage guide, please check
If you are unsure or have other queries, contact Elsevier using this link.
Scopus author profile is created automatically by Scopus based on the author's publications, affiliations, and other information. However, authors can claim their Scopus author profile and make corrections. Here are the steps to find your Scopus author profile:
Scopus data is used in the University’s internal reports. If your details are inaccurate, unreliable data will be incorporated into the University’s reporting process.
Scopus data is also used in various University rankings, including the QS World University Rankings and THE World University Rankings. If your details are wrong, it may result in your publication record and citation metrics not being included in your actual institution's score.