Maximizing your research profile & communicating your research to the public
The Graduate Student Development offers a workshop on Maximizing your research profile
& communicating your research to the public
Date and Time:
11:00 AM - 12:30 PM
Wednesday, 4 Oct 2023
Hybrid Workshop (Face2Face and Online)
F3 Building, Room 106
This workshop is for graduate students (Masters/Doctorate), undergraduate students,
researchers, postdocs and faculty members. Anyone interested is welcome to join.
Dr. Muhammad Tahir
Department of Chemical & Petroleum Engineering, College of Engineering
Energy and Environmental Materials (Impact Factor, 15.0)
Molecules (Impact Factor, 4.60)
Scopus Profile (ID:56308983900)
Research Publication in Scopus (~250)
Scopus Citation ~ 10,000
Learn how to maximize your visibility as a researcher! How to make author profiles
and use identifiers, and how to effectively use researcher profiles and scholarly
communications networks to develop and manage your online scholarly presence. We will
introduce the main author identifiers and researcher profiles, and guide you on how
to utilize them to maximize your professional impact such as ORCID, Publons, Google
Scholar, ResearchGate, MOspace, h-index, impact factors and more. These identifiers
and profiles help you to be visible as a researcher and to make sure your works and
activities are correctly attributed to you. Since there are many available, this workshop
will guide you through useful strategies for managing your online research presence
by exploring the following questions:
- How you can improve your H-index and citations?
- How do you know about the quality and quantity of publications?
- Which online tools and platforms are the most useful to you?
- Which ones are worth the effort of maintaining?
- Which ones can make your life as a researcher easier?
- Which tools are most useful to search the required articles?
- How would you be establishing a relationship with a journal?
All students/staff, can bring their laptops and have their profiles in Scopus and
No registration is required.
Please give us your feedback after the workshop using the link, your feedback is valuable to us!