This can happen for multiple reasons:
Your default name in Pure is sourced from the HR-system and should be changed there if incorrect.
To change you partner name: go to VU Service Portal: Request something > My personal data > Personal information
To change your birth name: contact the HRM Servicedesk ,
In addition Pure allows you to add several name variants, one of which is your Known as name: your name as it is shown in the VU Research Portal.
For more instructions, see Name variants
Pure sources your academic title(s) from the HR-system.
If missing or incorrect, go to: VUnet > Services > Personnel > Change my personal details
In VUnet you can edit the following fields under the header Personal data:
Title: imported into Pure as Pre-nominal title
2nd Title: imported into Pure as Post-nominal title
Don't forget to click Update in both the address box and the affiliation editor and to click Save in the personal profile editor.
Your Scopus Author ID helps Pure to:
A Scopus Author ID may already have been added by Library staff or your local Pure Administrator.
Visit our ORCiD LibGuide to find out how you can create an ORCiD from Pure or link an existing ORCiD.
There are two types of organisational affiliations in Pure:
If data are incorrect or missing, make sure this information is updated in the HR-system. The changes should automatically be sourced into Pure. If this does not happen correctly, contact the Pure Support Team.
Common practice is that this type of affiliation is submitted by your local Pure manager for entry in Pure by the University Library. If data are incorrect or missing, ask your local Pure manager to forward your request to the University Library Pure administrators.
You can choose to hide one or more of your organisational affiliations if you consider them to be irrelevant for your online profile.
The Overview tab of your personal profile - by default - displays the 5 most recent items of each content type.
You can replace this with a selection of your own choice:
There is a maximum of 5 items for each content type. If you select less than 5 items, Pure will complement your selection with the most recent items.
Your Fingerprint in Pure is an index of weighted terms (concepts) generated by text mining of:
The fingerprint of your Research description is combined with your publications fingerprint on a 50/50 basis
To omit fingerprints from your profile:
Ancillary activities are sourced into Pure from the VU HR-system on a daily basis.
You will find them in your profile in a separate header under Curriculum and Research description.
Please do NOT register ancillary activities directly in Pure.
Visit VUnet: Services > Personnel > Ancillary activities to report, change or discontinue ancillary activities.
Registration in VUnet is required to obtain formal consent from your supervisor.
For more information consult the practical information page in VUnet.
Yes you can.
This refers to the free-text fields you can add under the header Curriculum and research description
You can set automated searches for your publications from the last 2 years in several online sources:
Scopus / PubMed / Web of Science / ORCID / Mendeley / ArXiv
Searches will be performed every 7 days.