Deeper insights to build on your university's competitive strengths
Enhance your institution's research programs using the same bibliometric data and analytics that ranking organizations trust.
Get quality bibliometric data and analytical tools to inform your university's ranking strategy
Bibliometric data are key for university rankings calculations, and organizations such as Times Higher Education (THE) and Quacquarelli Symonds (QS) rely on Scopus and SciVal to implement their methodologies and develop performance benchmarks.
With Scopus and SciVal, you can enable research office, library and academic department staff to plan, progress and evaluate research activities with the same quality data and analytical views — enabling your university to better compete at a global level.
Validate research profiles to ensure accurate bibliometric datasets
Bibliometrics data that Elsevier provides to rankings organizations is also used for author and institution profiles in Scopus, the most authoritative A&I database in the world.
With millions of research articles published annually from 7,000+ publishers, Scopus author and institution profiles are kept up-to-date using industry-leading data algorithms and manual expert feedback and curation.
Analyze and benchmark your institution's strengths
SciVal enables in-depth analyses on the research performance of over 23,900 research institutions and affiliated researchers from 234 nations worldwide.
Built on the foundation of Scopus data and authoritative author and institution profiles, SciVal enables you to:
Refine your research strategies and help programs thrive
Once you've analyzed and benchmarked your institution's research activities and strategies from a rankings perspective, Scopus and SciVal can also help you take the next step in progressing your ranking objectives.
Who benefits at your institution?
Enrich your understanding of competitive drivers for your institution and inform strategic plans and research investments accordingly
Research Services & Library Staff:
Be able to guide and spearhead a data-informed approach to improving your university's competitiveness and helping research programs thrive
Deans and Heads of Department:
Better inform your faculty and department-level strategic plans and publication strategies
Faculty and Researchers:
Use high-quality data and analyses to guide your research projects and target publications