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On Tuesday 1 November, the winners of the latest ORCID lottery were announced. Yixian Shen, from the Faculty Science is the winner of the first prize, the Samsung Galaxy tablet.

Winners November 2022

The winners of this draw are:

  1. Samsung Galaxy tablet: Yixian Shen - Faculty of Science
  2. JBL headphone: Bart Lameijer - Economics and Business
  3. Professional photoshoot: Burcu Kucukkeles - Economics and Business
ORCID allows me to have a clear central place to track my publications and link them to other things like UvA’s Pure, ResearchGate, and LinkedIn. It’s easy to add publications via doc or manually. I also appreciate how it can manage multiple versions of my name (with or without abbreviations or middle initials) and that my ORCID stays with me, regardless of who I work for. Besides that, I can control what information is publicly or privately visible. Sharon Suri, PhD Researcher, FMG/ AISSR

Do you want an ORCID iD?

ORCID provides a unique and persistent identifier for researchers and scientists. With this identifier, you as a researcher are connected to other researchers with your research activities throughout your career.

You can register for an ORCID iD easily and quickly via the ORCID website. Registration takes about three minutes and is at no cost.