How DOI find my open research contributor iD?

Registering for ORCID– it’s free, and it’s for people in any discipline.

  1. To register for an ORCID, go to and fill out the form.
  2. Open Researcher and Contributor ID (ORCID) is a not-for-profit organization, international in scope, which is developing a system of identification for scholars.

What is ORCID Open Researcher and Contributor iD )? And where is it applicable?

ORCID provides a persistent digital identifier (an ORCID iD) that you own and control, and that distinguishes you from every other researcher. You can connect your iD with your professional information — affiliations, grants, publications, peer review, and more.

Is ResearcherID the same as ORCID?

While ORCiD just provides you with a unique identifier, ResearcherID has some additional features: it enables users to build a publication profile and generate citation metrics from Web of Science. On the other hand, while ResearcherID is owned by Web of Science, ORCiD is community-driven.

What is ORCID in research?

ORCID is a non-profit organization that provides researchers with a unique digital identifier. These identifiers can be used by editors, funding agencies, publishers, and institutions to reliably identify individuals in the same way that ISBNs and DOIs identify books and articles.

How do I find research iD?

You can request a ResearcherID by visiting and providing your name, institution, role, and variants of your name that you have used. If your publications are generally indexed by Web of Science, you might consider creating a ResearcherID account as well as an ORCID.

What is ORCID iD example?

Formally, ORCID IDs are specified as URIs, for example, the ORCID ID for Josiah S. Carberry (a fictitious professor whose iD is used in examples and testing) is (both https:// and http:// forms are supported; the former became canonical in November 2017).

Is ORCID necessary?

You need one. Already, over 3,000 publishers now include ORCID as a field in their manuscript submission process, while a smaller but growing number e.g. PLOS, IEEE, The Royal Society and Hindawi have made it mandatory meaning you can’t submit a manuscript without one.

What is the benefit of ORCID iD?

CB: An ORCID iD (Open Researcher and Contributor iD) is a unique, digital identifier that distinguishes you from every other researcher out there. These iDs link you and your scholarly activities – like published articles or dissertations, patents, artistic performances and even data sets.

Is Scopus ID and ORCID iD same?

Having a Scopus Author ID allows you to easily see a list of your publications and view citation metrics such as h-index measures, citation counts, publications and co-authors. Scopus Author ID can be linked to ORCID so publications can be imported into your ORCID.

What is Scopus ID?

The Scopus Author ID is an identifier that is used in the database Scopus. It is assigned automatically to every author who after he publishes at least an article in the index of Scopus.

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Why do I need ORCID iD?

An ORCID iD (Open Researcher and Contributor ID) gives you a way to reliably, unambiguously and permanently connect your names(s) with your work throughout your research career, including publications, grants, education, employment and other biographical information, etc.