SeekOut Expert Search Overview

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Nick Doumlele
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The Best Way to Find Subject Matter Experts

SeekOut Expert Search is the best way to find untapped talent who are Subject Matter Experts in almost any technical field including engineering, machine learning, biotechnology, pharmaceuticals, medicine, finance, and more.

An Untapped Talent Pool

SeekOut Expert Search represents a massive untapped talent pool with tens of millions of profiles you won't find elsewhere.

Using our proprietary Artificial Intelligence and Natural Language Processing technology, we've ingested and analyzed hundreds of millions of papers, patents, journal publications, and conference presentations. This data is then combined with with all of our other talent pools to create a Unified Profile showcasing skills, experience, education, patents & publications, and of course contact information.

Unique tools for Expert Search

Our Expert Profiles and Search and specifically geared towards Recruiters and Sourcers looking for world-class experts, and provide a range of features to ensure this process is as fast, east, and accurate as possible!

Expert Summary

Expert Profiles include a full academic, publication, and patent summary so you can easily gauge how prolific and influential their body of work has been to date - including both h-index and i10-index ratings which measure the impact of research.


Powerful Filters and Search


SeekOut's Expert Search filters make it easy to explore by Topic, Conferences, Journal, Company or School Affiliation, or run complex Boolean searches.

You can easily optimize your results by location, date range, publication or presentation types, employment history, and research impact.

You can also use our AI-powered Author Score index to rapidly search to the very top experts in any field.

Complete Expert Profiles

SeekOut's Expert Profiles include a complete outline of the patents, papers, and publications we've indexed - with direct links to publications, a full report of co-authors, and easy-to-understand pop-up explanations for complex terms.

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