Web of Science ResearcherID ...
Note: Since August 2022, Publons profiles had been moved and integrated into Web of Science, and existing Publons profiles becomes Web of Science Researcher profiles. Researchers can manage your profiles on Web of Science by signing in to your personal account in Web of Science.
Why register a ResearcherID ?
What public will see in your Web of Science profile?
Researcher information (profile picture, name, institution, awards)
Web of Science Researcher ID
Peer reviews, grant reviews, editorial board memberships.
Publication metrics (h-index, citing articles count, sum of times cited, peer review count)
Publication and peer review charts
You can visit Web of Science Researcher Profile page and click on CREATE AND MANAGE YOUR PROFILE to register for a Web of Science ResearcherID.
1. I forgot the password of my ResearcherID/ Web of Science/ EndNote account. What should I do?
Click on "Forgot password" from https://access.clarivate.com/login?app=wos and enter your email address. You will able to reset your password after receiving the email from Clarivate.
Add your publications to your profile in order to enjoy the benefits of having a ResearcherID. Click on ADD PUBLICATIONS :
There are a number of ways to import publications to your Web of Science Researcher Profile:
If you have already set up a comprehensive ORICD profile, you can import publications directly from ORCID. To do this, first you need to authorize Web of Science to pull records from your ORCID. Follow the steps here to grant Web of Science permission to access your ORCID record. After this, you can proceed to sync your publications from ORCID to your Web of Science profile.
If you have imported publications via Web of Science, DOI/title search, or file upload, and you wish to add these publications to your ORCID profile, you can integrate your ResearcherID with your ORCID account. This also allows you to easily auto synchronize records between the two systems in the future. Find out more from Integrate with ORCID.
ORCID is an author identifier that can be used throughout your entire research career. It can be linked to and used by publishers, databases, funders, and organizations, so that it can save your efforts on manually input information when you submit your manuscript or apply for grants. By integrating your Researcher ID with ORCID, you can:
Follow these steps to integrate your ResearcherID with ORCID:
Now you can export your publications from your Web of Science profile to update the ORCID profile, as they have been connected already.
After you have integrated ResearcherID with ORCID, your ResearcherID and ORCID ID will be linked and displayed on both platforms.