After you have registered for an ORCID iD, the next step is toadd works and publications to your profile so that you can reap the benefits that your ORCID iD brings.
The best way to do this is to integrate your ORCID account with Scopus. With just a few steps, all your current and future publications indexed with Scopus will be added and auto-updated to your ORCID profile.
The integration between ORCID and Scopus can be done in both directions:
Option 1: from Scopus using "Add to ORCID", or
Option 2: from ORCID using "Search & Link"
AScopus Author ID is automatically assigned to you when your published work is included in Scopus. This means you may have more than one ID if you have published under variant names and affiliations. By following steps to Option 1 or Option 2, multiple Author IDs indexed in Scopus can be merged and integrated with ORCID.
ORCID platform will not display citation count of works indexed in Scopus after integration. To view the citation count of your works indexed in Scopus, go to your Scopus Author Profile page which can be accessed by clicking the link to your Scopus Author ID.
Under Works, click “+ Add Works” and then “Search & link"
Choose "Scopus to ORCID"
► Step 3. Search your works indexed in Scopus
Enter the author information to search for the works
► Step 4. Select your Scopus profile
Author profiles that match your name will be displayed. Select the one or more profiles that belong to you.
► Step 5. Add publications to ORCID
Follow Step 4(b) onwards of Option 1 - from Scopus using "Add to ORCID" above to add publications from Scopus to ORCID.
Outcomes of the linking process
After you have integrated ORCID with Scopus,
your ORCID profile will be populated with publications from Scopus. Unlike ResearcherID where you can exchange publication information between 2 platforms, Scopus only allows you to export your publication details to ORCID and will not allow information from ORCID to be added to Scopus.
you can also take this chance to manage your Scopus Author ID - merge multiple Scopus IDs, remove publications that don't belong to you and add missing publications etc.
your Scopus Author ID and ORCID iD will be linked and displayed on both platforms (see snapshot below). This will allow easy retrieval of publication and citation information from Scopus.
you can search and retrieve publication and citation information on Scopus using your ORCID iD or Scopus Author ID.
Watch a Tutorial
Add Works from Scopus to ORCID
The Library has prepared a tutorial (1:47) showing the steps to send publications from Scopus to ORCID and link your Scopus Author ID to ORCID account for auto-update of publication list.
Edit the information of your works
To edit publication information of records in your ORCID profile which were added via Scopus Author ID or ResearcherID, please click the "make a copy and edit" icon on the bottom right.