Answered By: Richard Ho
Last Updated: Jul 19, 2022     Views: 5049

Scopus automatically creates Scopus author profiles for authors who have publications that are indexed in their database. Their algorithm automatically matches an indexed publication to a profile based on the author's name, affiliation and subject areas.

In some instances, there might be issues with the accuracy of your Scopus author profiles. Authors are encouraged to report these mistakes to Scopus via the Author Feedback wizard directly as you would know your list of publications best.

Steps to reporting such errors can be found on our author profile resource guide for Scopus IDs.

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