Have you registered your researcher-ID, ORCID?

Tuesday 12 May 15
Is getting cited correctly important to you? Do you want to minimize the amount of boring administrative tasks?

If you can say yes to the above mentioned and are a researcher at DTU, then use two minutes of your time to get an ORCID by entering DTUBasen and register your own ORCID under ”Change your personal data”.

More than 500 DTU researchers already have an ORCID
It is easy to get an ORCID and it takes less than 2 minutes.

Researcher who already has an ORCID can just go to their profile in DTUBasen and click ORCID and link their ORCID to their profile.

Researchers without an ORCID, should also go to their DTUBasen profile and click on ORCID and then “Create new ORCID” and follow the dialogue on the screen.

Find your profile in DTUBasen at: www.dtubasen.dtu.dk

DTU Provost urge all researchers to get an ORCID
Watch Provost Henrik Wegener explain why all researchers should get an ORCID here www.dtu.dk/orcid. One this page we have also collected information about ORCID, providing answers to any question you may have.

It is possible for all departments and research groups at DTU to book a librarian for a short presentation about the ORCID and the benefits of ORCID.

Contact bibliotek@dtu.dk if you have questions or want to book a presentation.


ORCID (Open Researcher and Contributor ID) was established in 2012, and at the start of May 2015 more than 1.3 million ORCIDs were registered worldwide.

The ORCID organisation is international, independent and non-commercial. It has support from established publishers, recognized universities and research funders all over the world.

DTU Library is leading the Danish ORCID consortium that includes the seven major universities, all university colleges and the cultural ministerial research institutions.


The DTU page about ORCID: www.dtu.dk/orcid
Danish ORCID consortium web site: www.orcid.dk
ORCID organisation official website:: www.orcid.org

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