Web of Science ResearcherID ...
Note: Since April 2019, ResearcherID has been migrated to a new platform - Publons. With Publons, researchers now can have a comprehensive view of both research outputs, and contributions in peer review and journal editorial work.
Why register a ResearcherID ?
Tips on using ResearcherID
You can visit http://www.researcherid.com and click on JOIN PUBLONS NOW to register a Web of Science ResearcherID.
Please check if you have an existing ResearcherID or Publons account before creating a new one. You can sign in with your Web of Science or EndNote account credentials if you have already registered a ResearcherID or Publons account.
1. I forgot the password of my ResearcherID/ Web of Science/ EndNote/ Publons account. What should I do?
Click on "Forgot password" from https://publons.com/account/login/ and enter your email address. You will able to reset your password after receiving the email from Publons.
In case you no longer have access to the email address you used on your account, please refer to the recommendation here.
2. I have two accounts. What should I do?
You can remove one account via Delete account. Publons will then contact you for confirmation. Alternatively, you may directly email them at email@example.com with the details of the accounts. For details, please see here.
Add your publications to your profile in order to enjoy the benefits of having a ResearcherID. Click on IMPORT PUBLICATIONS on the Publications tab under My records from the sidebar:
There are a number of ways to import publications to your ResearcherID:
Simply select the file and click on “Upload”. You can read more about requirements for publication file uploads here.
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:
After you have integrated ResearcherID with ORCID, your ResearcherID and ORCID ID will be linked and displayed on both platforms (see snapshot on the right).