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ORCID and Researcher Profiles


  — a social networking site for scientists and researchers to:

  • promote their research
  • share data, documents or to discuss confidential topics
  • ask and answer questions
  • find collaborators (indexes self-published information on user profiles to find those with similar interests)
  • follow research interests and follow individual authors
  • write short reviews on articles

Find AUT researchers in ResearchGate.

Manage your ResearchGate account

Create a ResearchGate account or sign up using your LinkedIn or Facebook account.

Find more details about how to set up your ResearchGate account from the Getting started guide: 

  • Sign up for ResearchGate
  • Follow research
  • Follow researchers
  • Recommend and share content
  • Contact other researchers
  • Invite colleagues to ResearchGate


Go to the Managing your profile page to find useful instructions on how to manage your profile:

  • Profile information and visibility
  • How to use SEO to improve the visibility of your research
  • Your institution and department
  • Skills and expertise
  • Authorship
  • Profile photos
  • Duplicate profiles
  • Deceased researchers
  • Updates, Requests and Message

Add publications

ResearchGate provides an "Author match" function to match articles to your names.

You can also manually add your publications to your profiles. Find more details on ResearchGate's Help page.



Collaborate with researchers

Discover research

  • Search ResearchGate for the latest publications, data, and projects on your research interests and from your network. 
  • Search and follow other researchers and you will be emailed when they add new publications. 

ResearchGate connects you with other researcher around the world and provides opportunities for collaboration.  

Explore Q&A

Q&A (click on Questions at the top of any page) is where you can ask research-related questions and get them answered by specialists. If you haven’t got a question right now, try answering some – it’s a great way to start sharing your knowledge, connect with others, and identify yourself as an expert in your field. 

Find more about how to use Q&A on the Help Center page.