Researcher identifiers strive to resolve confusion arising from:
According to the Open Science Guidelines at the Tampere higher education community, each researcher should acquire an international ORCID researcher identifier and use it in all scientific activities. The international ORCID identifier will provide you with a permanent and unique digital identifier.
Scopus Author ID
Researchers can create a Google account and collect all their articles found in Google Scholar to "My Citations page".
Google Scholar profile
ISNI - International Standard Name Identifier
ISNI, based on the ISO 27729 standard, is a system for unambiguously identifying people or organizations owning scientific or creative works or opuses.
The researchers of Tampere University are responsible for saving their publication information to institutional repository (SoleCRIS or TUTCRIS) where information about scientific and artistic activity of the Tampere University is collected and are freely available supporting openness.
Check CRIS Guide and manage your profile:
Template for researcher's curriculum vitae
The Finnish Advisory Board on Research Integrity (TENK), Universities Finland UNIFI and the Rectors' Conference of Finnish Universities of Applied Sciences Arene ry and the Academy of Finland have together drafted a model curriculum vitae that complies with good scientific practice. This model CV for researchers aims to provide guidelines for drafting an appropriate CV from the perspective of research ethics in a way that presents an individual's merits as comprehensively, truthfully and as comparably as possible.
List of publications
The complete list of publications must include the following information:
A Peer-reviewed scientific articles
B Non-refereed scientific articles
C Scientific books (monographs)
D Publications intended for professional communities
E Publications intended for the general public, linked to the applicant’s research
F Public artistic and design activities
H Patents and invention disclosures
I Audiovisual material, ICT software
More information: Academy of Finland: https://www.aka.fi/en/funding/apply-for-funding/az-index-of-application-guidelines/list-of-publications/
Researchers can share their results and publications in social media / social networking sites and get feedback and visibility for their work.
When saving research articles into social media services, copyright issues and the publishers' policies concerning these services must be taken into account. Read more on self-archiving and social media.