SciVal Experts

SciVal Experts is an expertise profiling and research networking tool that makes it easier for researchers and administrators to find expertise and enable collaboration with the University and across institutions by creating profiles for our funded faculty members. Pre-populated with publication histories from the Scopus abstract and citation database, this data is manually reviewed to ensure our researcher's profiles are precise and up-to-date. SciVal Experts also produces a visual semantic index, or Fingerprint, of relevant concepts that instantly reveals each researcher's distinctive expertise, and uses this information to expose valuable connections between faculty members.

SciVal Experts enables researchers to:

  • Browse profiles or search by concept, last name or free text to identify collaborators for grant teams, learn about new journals in their field and discover articles to read
  • View researchers' Fingerprints, publication histories and co-author networks to explore their unique expertise as well as their connections to other faculty members and institutions
  • Track and update their profile information to keep their publication histories current and visible
  • Expand their research reach by searching across the SciVal Experts Community that connects users to research across SciVal Experts institutions, and the DIRECT2 experts network that links users to researchers at organizations with other profile systems

SciVal Experts can also help administrators assist researchers connect with other experts to form multidisciplinary teams, introduce new faculty members to potential collaborators and access up-to-date publication lists by researcher and department. Students can use SciVal Experts to find mentors, discover articles to read and explore research areas.

SciVal Experts Training

Part I: How do I navigate my profile?

Learn how to search by last name, access your list of publications and review your unique research Fingerprint.

Part II: How can I find experts in a specific concept within my institution?

Easily identify collaborators or mentors within your institituion by searching by concept of interest.

Part III: How can I identify similar experts within my institution?

Identify experts within your institution who focus on related research by using the Similar Experts feature.

Part IV: How can I learn about an individual's publication history?

Learn about an author's publication history with just a few steps.

Part V: How can I find the right researchers for a funding opportunity?

Find potential collaborators for a funding opportunity by conducting a full text search.

Additional User Guidance

If you have a profile and need help with any of the following topics, please see the SciVal Experts UserGuide.

  • The SciVal Experts interface
  • Navigating your profile
  • Updating your publications
  • Finding experts in a specific concept
  • Identifying similar experts
  • Learning about research activities
  • Finding the right researchers for a funding opportunity
  • Navigating your co-author network
  • Finding experts outside the University
  • Managing funding recommendations
Grant Life Cycle step 1: Generate Your Idea Step 2: Find Funding Step 3: Develop Your Proposal Step 4: Submit Your Proposal Step 5: Manage Your Award step 6: Share Your Research

SciVal Experts

  • Homepage
  • User Guide (pdf)
    • User Guide topics include:
    • The SciVal Experts Interface
    • Navigating your profile
    • Updating your publications
    • Finding experts in a specific concept
    • Identifying similar experts
    • Learning about research activities
    • Finding the right researchers for a funding opportunity
    • Navigating your co-author network
    • Finding experts outside the University
    • Managing recommendations

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