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Researcher Identification: ORCID

ORCID, Researcher ID, Scopus Author ID (tba), Google Scholar

What is ORCID?

ORCID (Open Researcher and Contributor ID) is a permanent identification number linking researchers and research correctly.
ORCID assigns a unique identification number to each researcher, which distinguishes between two different people with the same name and collects publications written by the same person, published under different name variations.
Once you have linked your research to your ORCID, you can document your research simply by informing your ORCID. This facilitates administrative work around applications - not only for you, but also for the granting authority.

ORCID Flowchart

Import publications from ORCID to Pure

If you have publications in ORCID that you would like to transfer to Pure, you can find instructions for doing this below.

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Create an ORCID

If you want to create an ORCID, the instructions below show you how you can do it through Pure.

Connect Pure with ORCID

If you already have an ORCID profile that you have not yet associated with Pure, you can find instructions for doing this below.

Authorise export of content to ORCID

These instructions is for you who have already registered your ORCID to Pure, but who need to approve that Pure automatically exports content from Pure to ORCID.