Managing Author Profiles Online

Overview of ORCID, ReseacherID, Scopus Author ID, and My Google Scholar Citations.

Scopus Author ID

​  Scopus Author ID is a unique 11-digit identifier automatically assigned by Elsevier in its ScienceDirect and Scopus products.

  UTSA does not have a subscription to SCOPUS, but you can utilize a free  Scopus Author Lookup tool to obtain up-to-date citation metrics to your works in publications indexed by Scopus. 

​  Scopus is a competitor to Web of Science (Clarivate Analytics (formerly Thomson Reuters)).

  Scopus Author ID is system-generated.  You can request author detail corrections and add your publications to Scopus.

  Obtain your h-index in publications indexed by Scopus.

  Exchange data with ORCID.

  ​Scopus indexes over 22,000 titles from more than 5,000 international publishers since 1996:

  • Life Sciences (agriculture, biology, neuroscience, pharmacology)
  • Social Sciences (arts & humanities, business, history, information sciences)
  • Physical Sciences (chemistry, engineering, mathematics)
  • Health Sciences (allied health, dentistry, nursing, veterinary medicine)

  In addition to peer-reviewed journals, Scopus covers trade publications, open-access journals, books, conference papers, and patents.

Limitations of Scopus Author ID

  Limited functionality as UTSA does not subscribe to Scopus.

Sample Scopus Author ID Profile

Locate your name, variants of the name, affiliation, Author ID, number of documents, h-index, number of co-authors, number of cited references, and add the publications and Scopus Author ID to ORCID.

Request Author Detail correction to add variants of your name, missing publications, and other changes as needed.