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Google Scholar Profile: Home

What is a Google Scholar Profile?

A Google Scholar Profile helps an author track and showcase publications and citation metrics that are available in Google Scholar. If you want to find the number of times your publications being cited and your h-index in Google Scholar, you may set up a Google Scholar Profile.

Other Researcher Profiles

You may also set up your researcher profile at other platforms:

How does a Google Scholar Profile look?

In the Google Scholar Profile, you can find the number of times your publications being cited, the h-index, and the i10-index (the number of publications with at least ten citations). By clicking the number of times cited, you can see the list of citing articles.

The publication list can be sorted by number of times cited or by year of publication. You can make your profile either public or private.


Scholarly Communication Librarian

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Ella Fu
Research Support and Digital Initiatives, 1/F, University Library, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Tel: (852) 3943 9985

Need Help?

Make an appointment for the Research Consultation Service (for postgraduate students and CUHK faculty members)
WhatsApp us at 5578 8898; 9am - 5pm (Mon-Fri)
Send an email to
Phone us at 3943 7305