Aalborg University has integrated with ORCID using PURE from Elsevier.
This page provides a list of organizations that have completed an integration with the ORCID Registry and information that may help others developing ORCID integrations.
Aalborg University has integrated with ORCID using PURE from Elsevier.
Aarhus University has integrated with ORCID using PURE from Elsevier.
Academic Karma allows users to log in using their ORCID iD.
ACSESS collects the ORCID iDs of its researchers.
AIP Publishing captures the ORCID iDs of authors as part of the peer review process through Peer X-Press (eJournal Press) for all its journals.
This integration enables user to import metadata from Airiti, including journal papers,
proceedings, dissertations and books. Scholars can easily collect and
calculate all the research works that have been published.
AAAS connects researcher's ORCID iDs in their manuscript submission and review process.
The American Association of Immunologists captures the ORCID iDs of authors as part of its manuscript submission process through eJournal Press.
The AAS captures the ORCID iDs of authors as part of its manuscript submission process through eJournal Press.
The American Geophysical Union captures the ORCID iDs of authors as part of its manuscript submission process through eJournal Press.
The American Psychological Association allows researcher to sign in using their ORCID iD.
The American Physical Society captures the ORCID iDs of authors in their online profile system at https://authors.aps.org/Profile.
The American Society for Clinical Investigation captures the ORCID iDs of authors as part of the manuscript submission process for the Journal of Clinical Investigation.
The ASM captures the ORCID iDs of authors as part of its manuscript submission process through eJournal Press.
The ASNR encourages authors submitting manuscripts to the American Journal of Neuroradiology (AJNR) to register an ORCID iD and add it to their submissions through Manuscript Central. AJNR then embeds ORCID metadata into its articles, and PDF versions contain an interactive icon that connects to the first author’s ORCID profile.
ASPB connects to ORCID through EJournal Press.
As an ORCID Launch Partner, Aries Systems has integrated its Software as a Service in a phased development approach, in step with the evolution of the ORCID API and registry. Aries supports journals in encouraging ORCID registration by authors, co-authors, reviewers, and editors -- and ensuring definitive assignment of ORCID numbers within customer implementations of Editorial Manager® (manuscript submission and peer review) and ProduXion Manager® (production tracking).
A Brief Description of the Integration
Editorial Manager (EM) and ProduXion Manager (PM) display a “Fetch/Register ORCID” link to the ORCID Login/Register page that users can click to automatically populate an EM/PM registration record with their pre-existing ORCID account number, or to register for a new account directly with ORCID.
Once an ORCID is validated by its owner, this icon is displayed next to the number in EM/PM.
Editors and corresponding authors can also search and fetch ORCIDs on behalf of co-authors. EM/PM configuration options provide editorial office staff control over permissions and reporting.
Aston University has integrated with ORCID using PURE from Elsevier.
Atlas has created a tool to sync publications between MyJpGU, a members' communication site of Japan Geoscience Union, with ORCID accounts.
ANDS offers a tool for users to import research datasets into ORCID from Australian National Data Service (ANDS) and Research Data Australia (RDA).
Autism Speaks requires all principal investigators, co-investigators, and mentors to register with ORCID to obtain a unique online identifier and to allow Autism Speaks limited access to their ORCID account as part of the Science Grants System.
Boston University has created and populated ORCID records for their faculty and staff using the ORCID API.
The British Library provides the ORCID Thesis Import tool which will import a theis in ETHOS to an ORCID record.
Brunel University has integrated with ORCID using Symplectic Elements.
California Digital Library launched an integrating using Symplectic Elements.
Carlos III University of Madrid has created and populated ORCID records for their faculty and staff using the ORCID API.
Carnegie Mellon University has created ORCID iDs for its researchers.
CERN lets users link their ORCID iD to the INSPIRE system
Chalmers University of Technology has created and populated ORCID records for their faculty and staff and connect the iDs the Chamlers ID System.
The Chinese Academy of Science National Sciences Library has built an integration that allows users to transfer information between the ORCID Registry and the iAuthor system.
Converis research information system offers extended support for ORCID to throughout the entire research lifecycle, including helping create ORCID IDs and importing publications from several online sources using the ORCID IDs throughout the research lifecycle.
ResearcherID has created an integration with ORCID that allows users to transfer publications as well as profile data between the two systems. From the user's ResearcherID profile or ORCID record they can initiate a link which will add the ORCID iD to their RID account and their RID number to their ORCID record. The user then has the option to transfer works and basic biographical information between the two systems.
ScholarOne allows ORCID iDs to be included when authors submit manuscripts for publication and validates the format of the ORCID iD submitted.
Copernicus Publications lets authors include their ORCID iD when submitting a manuscript for publication. Furthermore, all users accessing the Copernicus website are informed that they could create their personal ORCID or could connect their Copernicus Office user account with their ORCID.
CrossRef Metadata Search allows users to search for their works by author, title, or DOI then will post works selected by the author to their ORCID record. In addition CRMDS reads a user's ORCID record to identify any works that have already been posted to the author's ORCID record.
Dryad uses the public API to include ORCID iDs with items in the repository.
eJournalPress offers an options for publishers using their manuscript tracking system to capture the ORCID iDs of authors submitting works.
The Electrochemical Society captures the ORCID iDs of authors as part of its manuscript submission process through eJournal Press.
Editage is a leading provider of specialist English-language and scientific communication solutions to authors, journals, publishers, and corporations worldwide. Editage’s mission is to accelerate the development of global scientific research by helping science break through the confines of geography and language.
From September 2014, Editage allows researchers to showcase and access their ORCID profile data on IntelligentCV, its own product that helps scholars create and manage a compelling online profile.
Allows users to login into their system using thier ORCID iD.
Scopus to ORCID makes it easier for a researcher to create and managed their ORCID record by adding the user's Scopus ID to their ORCID record and allowing them to import works to ORCID from their author profile. Also allows the researcher to correct their Scopus author profile at the same time.
Elsevier Editorial System Elsevier manuscript submission system, now captures an author's ORCID iD when they submit manuscripts for publication. EES is planning further integration by including an author's ORCID iD with publication metadata deposited with CrossRef and adding publications submitted through EES to an author's ORCID record.
Pure can be configured to automatically match digital object identifiers (DOIs) to a researcher’s ORCID, so if one of your faculty members adds a publication or other scholarly object to his or her Pure profile, those records will also be linked to the researcher’s ORCID. This a really important step in the ORCID initiative because it means the number of DOIs linked to ORCIDs will grow dramatically, helping further ORCID’s mission of connecting researchers to their research.
Learn more in this recorded webinar where Professor Thomas Ryberg of Aalborg University discusses the integration benefit for researchers and institutions.
Europe PubMed Central (PMC) is a unique, free, information resource for biomedical and health researchers. Europe PMC contains 28 million+ abstracts and 2.6 million+ full text research articles. This includes PubMed and PubMed Central content, as well as other sources. The Europe PMC service is managed and developed by EBI in collaboration with the British Library and the University of Manchester. Europe PMC is supported by 20 funders of life sciences and biomedical research, including government organisations across Europe, led by the Wellcome Trust.
A new Europe PMC tool has been developed to allow authors to select and export their articles to ORCID, creating or enhancing their bibliographies. The tool follows a simple three-step process to select publications, review and then export them to ORCID.
F1000Prime is an in-depth directory of the top articles in biology and medicine, as recommended by a Faculty of over 5,000 expert scientists and clinical researchers, assisted by 5,000 associates.
The FDA used the ORCID API to create records for its research staff.
Forschungszentrum Jülich publication and profile databse, JuSer, integrates with ORCID to connect and assert researchers' affiliations and works.
Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center is using the API to create ORCID iDs for their faculty.
Fundação para a Ciência e a Tecnologia collects the ORCID iDs of users applying for funding
Hindawi captures the ORCID iDs of authors, editors, and reviewers in their manuscript tracking system and includes them with the publication metadata. In addition, Hindawi follows up with users to make sure information in their manuscript tracking system matches that recorded in their ORCID record.
Hong Kong Baptist University supports its research faculty in the adoption of ORCID by maintaining a system that automatically uploads details of their publications that the University has collected.
The IEEE Author Gateway application is integrated with Orcid via Public ORCID API to support author authentication.
ImpactStory is an open-source, web-based tool that helps researchers explore and share the diverse impacts of all their research products—from traditional ones like journal articles, to emerging products like blog posts, datasets, and software. By helping researchers tell data-driven stories about their impacts, we're helping to build a new scholarly reward system that values and encourages web-native scholarship.
ImpactStory retrieves public works in a user's ORCID record and adds them to the user's account in ImpactStory. In this system users provide their ORCID iD then ImpactStory uses the ORCID public API to retrieve works from their ORCID record.
Imperial College London has integrated with ORCID using Symplectic Elements and created ORCID iDs for it's researchers.
Karger Publishers includes an integration with ORCID in their journal management tool XpressTrack.
Karolinska Institutet connectons researcher's ORCID iDs with the Bibliometrics at Karolinska system and imports information into the ORCID records.
King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST) captures the ORCID iDs of its researchers.
KTH Royal Institute of Technology uses the create on demand method for generating ORCID iDs for thier researchers.
Lincoln University connects to ORCID via Sympletic Elements.
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center has created ORCID records for their researchers.
Murdoch University collects its researchers' ORCID iDs using IRMA.
NIH allows users to include an ORCID iD in their SciENcv profile.
National Taiwan University College of Medicine worked with FlySheet Med-Informatics to create ORCID iDs for their faculty. ORCID IDs are integrated with Research Portal of the College to retrieve works from ORCID records of faculty members.
National Taiwan Normal University has created ORCID iDs for their faculty.
Nature Publishing Groups captures the ORCID iDs of authors and includes the iDs with articles in select publications.
Plum Analytics was founded with the vision of bringing modern ways of measuring research impact to individuals and organizations that use and analyze research. PlumX is an impact dashboard that provides information on how research output is being utilized, interacted with, and talked about around the world. Harvesting metrics from a wide array of online sources, PlumX offers an exciting way to see the influence of researchers, groups, institutions, journals and grants. PlumX is integrated with the ORCID Member API to pull public works from ORCID profiles. In this way, PlumX leverages the ORCID API so researchers can quickly utilize their impact information.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America captures the ORCID iDs of authors as part of it's submission process with eJournal Press.
Utilizing the ORCID API, ProQuest has added a deeper level of ORCID interoperability to its Pivot research development workflow application. Pivot helps researchers and university administrators to quickly discover the right funding opportunities and effectively collaborate with their colleagues around available grants.
Pivot users now have the ability to dynamically link their profile in Pivot to their ORCID record, which will enable Pivot to receive future automated profile data updates from ORCID. This will save users time and effort and also enhance the accuracy for those users of Pivot’s proprietary and acclaimed personal recommendation engine.
In September 2013, the Public Library of Science rolled out ORCID integration within Editorial Manager, allowing contributors to include their ORCID identifier with manuscript submissions.
Publons, a peer review early adopter, gives reviewers credit for their peer review activity.
Redalyc es un sistema de información científica y plataforma de revistas científicas arbitradas de acceso abierto editadas en Iberoamérica. Con el servicio RedalycAutores un autor puede identificar sus trabajos publicados en revistas indizadas en Redalyc y crear su página de autor, integrar su producción con otras plataformas como ORCID y conocer los indicadores y descargas de artículos.
Redalyc is a scientific information system, a platform of open access peer-reviewed journals published in Latin America, The Caribbean, Spain and Portugal. RedalycAutores is a service provided by Redalyc that enables an author to identify papers published in journals indexed by this system, create the author homepage, integrate its papers with other platforms such as ORCID and access to author-metrics and download statistics.
The Researchfish® ORCID integration allows researchers to push and pull publication information between the two systems, and provides benefit to researchers through both Researchfish and ORCID with high-quality, verified-at-source data that the researcher chooses to share publicly via their account in either system
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Riga Technical University is now capturing ORCID iDs as part of their journal submission system through Open Journal System.
Rockefeller University Press connects to ORCID through EJournalPress
Roskilde University Colleges has integrated with ORCID using PURE from Elsevier.
RSC integrates ORCID into its publishing workflow.
Sage Publications collects the ORCID iDs of authors using ScholarOne.
ScienceOpen uses ORCID as part of its registration system for peer review.
Scientific Publishing Center INFRA-M collects the ORCID iDs of it's authors.
Society for Neuroscience captures the ORCID iDs of authors as part of its manuscript submission process through eJournal Press.
SSRN allows users to link to their ORCID records.
Springer is currently using ORCID in its (major) manuscript submission system, Editorial Manager. When submitting their manuscript, authors can fetch their information using ORCID.
Symplectic offers ORCID integration to the 150,000+ researchers using their product Elements, a leading research information management system.
Technical University of Denmark uses the create on demand workflow to generate iDs for their faculty.
Texas A & M University has created ORCID records for 10,000 of its graduate students, post docs, and faculty.
ÜberResearch allows users to import funding items into their ORCID record via the UberWizard.
UC Viden/Danish University Colleges has integrated with ORCID using PURE from Elsevier.
Universidad de Málaga has created ORCID records for their researchers.
Universidad Politécnica de Madrid has created ORCID records for its researchers.
The Universidad de Zaragoza creates ORCID records for its faculty.
The University of Auckland uses the create on demand process to create ORCID iDs for their researchers.
With the introduction of ORCiD, the University of Bern aims to simplify and improve workflows in academic contexts. Scholars are invited to register ORCiD through the workflows provided by the University's Institutional Respository. (BORIS - Bern Open Repository and Information System). As first appliance, ORCiD serves as identificator in the publication and evaluation process.
University College London used the ORCID API to create iD for it's faculty members.
The University of Cambridge connects to ORCID with Symplectic Elements.
The University of Colorado has created ORCID records for their faculty.
The University of Hong Kong has created and populated records for its faculty.
The University of Melbourne has integrated with ORCID using Symplectic Elements.
The University of Michigan is working to create and populate ORCID records for its faculty, as well as to connect ORCID iDs to its campus research profile and application systems.
University of New South Wales has integrated with ORCID using Symplectic Elements.
University of Notre Dame Has built an integration between ORCID and their Hyrda base institutional repository
University of Oxford connects with ORCID using Symplectic Elements.
The University of Southampton has created an ORCID integration as part of the JISC project.
University of Pittsburgh uses the create on demand workflow to create ORCID records for their researchers and add their University of Pittsburg Affiliation.
University of Southern Denmark connects with ORCID using PURE from Elsevier.
University of York has integrated with ORCID using PURE from Elsevier.
University Office's Integrated Research Management Application (IRMA) can be figured to allow researchers to create an ORCID iD, link to multiple existing ORCID iDs and gather identifiers from their ORCID records. The ORCID identifier is being utilised by IRMA for more efficient validation of harvested research outputs, and unique identification of collaborators across project, funding, and research integrity activities.
Waikato University connects with ORCID using Symplectic Elements.
Wellcome trust uses the ORCID API to capture the iDs of users in its eGrants system.
ORCID functionality is integrated into Wiley's ScholarOne Manuscript (S1M) and Editorial Manager sytems. Authors submitting manuscripts are be asked for their ORCID iD on submission; if they do not have an iD, they are encouraged to create one via the ORCID site.
BioSharing is a catalogue of data sharing policies, community standards (ontologies, minimum information checklists, formats) and databases relevant to the life sciences, environmental and biological domains. BioSharing uses the ORCID public API to identify BioSharing users and populate their profiles.
Search the DataCite Metadata Store to find your research datasets, images and other works. Then claim them by adding them to your ORCID profile at the click of a button.
Use the ISNI 2 ORCID application to link your ORCID iD and ISNI. Please note this application is currently in beta.
ORCIDLive! is a proof of concept for using Webhooks with ORCID. Visitors to orcidLIVE.org can see notifications of where in the world ORCIDs are being created and edited.
ZENODO uses the Public ORCID API to authenticate user's ORCID iDs and read public information in their ORCID record.