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Indexing Services

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ResearchBib is an academic database that indexes and provides open access to peer-reviewed journals, full text papers, research conferences & positions.

Google Scholar is a freely accessible web search engine that indexes the full text or metadata of scholarly literature across an array of publishing formats and disciplines. Google Scholar provides a simple way to broadly search for scholarly literature. From one place, you can search across many disciplines and sources.

Zenodo is a multi-disciplinary repository maintained by CERN. Datasets, documents and other research materials can be located via the Zenodo search engine. Trusted, reliable, safe: Data is stored at CERN, which has considerable knowledge and experience operating large scale digital repositories. Data files and metadata are kept in multiple online and offline copies.

OpenAIRE is a pan-European research information system, which provides services to find, store, link and analyse research output from all disciplines.

ResearchGate is the professional network for researchers. Over 20 million researchers use to share and discover research, build their networks, and advance their careers. Based in Berlin, ResearchGate was founded in 2008. Its mission is to connect the world of science and make research open to all.

Index Copernicus The parametrization carried out by Index Copernicus aims to describe the achievements in a unified and comprehensible form with the use of specific metadata structure. One of the objectives of scientific journals is such selection of published articles, that ensures significant impact of the distributed content on science development. For science development to be possible, it is necessary to deliver research results to their designated recipients, the scientists, that will most probably use that data in their future work.

Scopus Author ID allows researchers to track their publications indexed in the Scopus citation database and build metric reports. Authors can use Scopus to follow the outputs of other researchers and institutions and identify potential collaborators. Scopus Author ID is automatically generated the first time one of your publications is indexed in Scopus.

Dimensions is a research platform that brings together information about funding, publications, policy, patents, and grants. ESA will apply Dimensions Badge that provides an easy way to showcase the number of citations that your publications have received and supports complex data analysis to meet the needs of academic institutions, government organizations, research funders, and R&D departments.

ESA encourage authors to create ORCID ID. It allows authors to differentiate their research activities from others with similar names and affiliations. Empowers researchers to easily and uniquely associate a researcher’s identity to a wide range of research activities and objects such as publications, datasets, equipment, articles, media stories, curated exhibits, citations, experiments, patents, teaching notes, and notebooks. ORCID Provides records for individual scholars, improving the discoverability of researchers and their associated research activities and objects. Makes the research process and collaboration across borders, institutions, and disciplines easier because it removes the need to enter data over and over again. The data associated with a researcher can “move” with their identifier across organizations and national boundaries. Facilitates researcher interaction with multiple organizations, publishers, funders through a common identifier

Publons is the new environment where you can add your publications, track your citations, and manage your publication record. Journal encourages to sign in to Publons, Web of Science with one email address and password.

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