When do I need to use my ORCID ID?
Publishers may ask for your ORCID ID when you submit a manuscript, and the option to include your ORCID ID in your application is now available from major funding organizations.
How does having an ORCID ID help Khalifa University?
Linking your ORCID ID helps Khalifa University in Faculty profile data collection and also to identify and upload your publications in to the university repository
Will the University create an ORCID ID for me?
No, you will need to register yourself.
What makes ORCID different from other researcher IDs and profiles?
It's being adopted worldwide by researchers, universities, funding organizations and publishers and can be integrated with institutional and publisher systems.
Who manages my ORCID profile?
You do! You can choose the level of detail included, or designate a Trusted Individual to edit your profile on your behalf.
What about privacy?
You control the privacy settings and can set items to be visible only to everyone, trusted organizations, or only you.
What happens if I leave Khalifa University?
Your ORCID ID remains the same and travels with you. Update your email address in your profile settings.
is a unique identifier for researchers. It allows research activities to be accurately attached to individuals over time, across institutions and across multiple information systems. For more details visit: What is ORCID?
Having an ORCID ID
Once registered, you can import the papers from your Web of Science ResearcherID, Scopus Author ID, and Google Scholar and many other sources.
There are several tools in ORCID that allow automatic importing of records relating to your research output from linked databases.
To use the search and link functions, choose Search and Link from the 'Add Works' dropdown menu.
You will be offered a choice of databases to link to. Choose the one that is most appropriate for your subject area and type of output.
Tips for importing papers from ResearcherID (Web of Science) and Scopus:
Importing publications from Google Scholar or other databases to ORCID:
You can also search for and add papers manually: