​Find H-Index Using Scopus​​

Note: Papers published before 1996 are not included in the calculation.

Scopus Cited References Expansion Program ensures cited references going back to 1970 will be added to pre-1996 Scopus content in the fourth quarter of 2014

You can find the H-index of an author in Scopus database by using the 'author search' tab. Type last name, initials and affiliation (e.g. Technion) of the author and click 'Search':​

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To view an author’s H-index and other details, click on the name of the author:​

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​​The following screen displays H-index of the author, according to the items indexed within Scopus:

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To view the number of times documents were cited by publication year, click 'View citation Overview'.

The Citation Overview includes the number of times documents were cited by publication year. It also includes publication date range shown in the Overview options box and cumulative information for the years before the start date and after the end date:​

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