Scopus is a large bibliographic database which provides citation metrics for publications and authors.
Scopus creates a unique number, or author identifier, for each author with documents indexed in Scopus.
This makes it possible to:
Scopus uses an algorithm to determine which identifiers should be assigned to author names, however it sometimes makes mistakes.
If you have publications indexed in Scopus, it is important to check:
This will ensure that your:
How to correct your author details in Scopus:
You can also link your Scopus Author Identifier with your ORCID identifier.