Answered By: Ho Cheng Yong Last Updated: Jan 16, 2017 Views: 1020
1. In Scopus, conduct an Author search with your name. Click the "Show exact matches" only checkbox to limit the search to the exact name entered.
2. There are instances where more than one author result is retrieved as shown in the example below. Review the results based on your research area or affiliation. Alternatively, click on the numbers next to the research areas to view individual documents to ensure they are indeed authored by you.
3. Click on the correct result to view your complete profile.
4. Your Scopus author ID is displayed under your name.
Note: There are instances where you might have multiple Scopus author IDs. In this case, you can request for Scopus to merge these multiple author IDs. More details on this can be found here.
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