ORCID Competition between Aalto schools!

ORCID allows you to distinguish yourself from other researchers and helps you to get credit from your own work.

Register for an ORCID iD at and connect it to your ACRIS profile no later than December 7th, 2018.

The school that achieves the highest amount of ORCIDs in ACRIS will be rewarded with a surprise.


  • ORCID allows you to distinguish yourself from other researchers and helps you to get credit from your own work
  • ORCID is a persistent identifier that keeps your information even if your name or organization changes
  • Ministry of Education, publishers and research funders use ORCID as an identifier in their services

Follow these 4 easy steps:


How to add ORCID iD to ACRIS

More info and help: Open science and ACRIS team [email protected]

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