As part of the national subscription program under implementation and with the financial support of the Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation, until December 31, 2018 your organization is granted access to Scopus, the largest annotation database and the cited peer-reviewed scientific literature with built-in tools for monitoring, analyzing and visualizing scientific research data .
With Scopus, users can:
• Find, analyze the actual work on the scientific topics of interest to them
• Find, analyze, compare and identify the most authoritative journals, authors and organizations in various scientific disciplines on various metrics • Find out who and in which countries cites your articles, as well as articles from your organization
• Track new trends in scientific research
• Find potential research partners and new sources for their publications
• Find information for applying for grants
Materials and resources that will help you use Scopus with maximum efficiency:
A brief description of the content or functionality of the Scopus platform (Russian)
Scopus User’s Guide (download in PDF)
Webinar on the use of Scopus (Russian), search (English) and filtering results in Scopus (English)
Topical lists of magazines and conferences indexed in Scopus
List of Russian journals indexed in Scopus
A guide to correcting the author’s profile in Scopus, a video lecture to find authors (English), to integrate the author’s profile into Scopus and ORCID (English)
Authorization profile correction system:
Alternative service for adjusting the author’s profile, as well as adjusting links, the author’s name and his place of work in articles, linking articles to the organization’s profile:
In the case of questions on adjusting bibliographic information for individual publications in Scopus Or in the absence of publications from Scopus indexed according to the current list of Scopus sources:
In the case of technical problems displaying pages, lack of access, please e-mail (in English) or follow the link
Indexing of the magazine / conference in Scopus:
General information on the principles of indexing scientific publications in Scopus: in Russian and in English
Preliminary self-assessment of the availability of the journal for applying for indexation in Scopus (in Russian):
Scopus Title Evaluation Platform online application system (STEP). According to the assigned application number on the same link you can track the status of applications
Questions on indexing the journal
FAQ about the magazines in Scopus: Optimizing the process of applying for inclusion in Scopus for editors and publishers
The subscription to the Scopus database available in our organization can help you at every stage of your scientific work — from analyzing the scientific field to advancing the results of your research. We present an overview of the main search functions of Scopus and invite you and your staff to the next webinar «Effective search in Scopus: basic principles and new opportunities» (you can register at the links below).
You have access to all the tools of search and analysis in Scopus. They will allow you to get maximum benefit from the information available in Scopus.
Try the Scopus functions right now:
— Search by document. Search can be carried out according to different document data (for search, select the appropriate field in the drop-down menu): name, short description, keywords, author, source name, organization, ISSN, DOI, ORCID, etc.)
— Search by author or organization — Advanced Search for compound queries
— Sorting the search results by the number of citations and the date of publication. Refinement of results by source, year, language, author, organization, etc.
— Abstract and complete article metadata, a link to the full texts and other resources of the library.
— Ability to bulk upload documents (annotations or full texts, if available to your organization) in PDF format directly from the search results using Document Download Manager (free extension for Chrome browser).
— Ability to switch to documents from ScienceDirect, Mendeley, SciVal, Reaxys and Engineering Village, if they have access to your organization
— Export data to link managers (Mendeley, RefWorks and EndNote) for saving in a personal library and quickly forming a list of official literature
— View the documents cited or cited by the documents you found, as well as the results of the search for patents and experimental data.
— Search for articles in a specific journal, including open access journals, and check its indicators using the Sources tab.