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On Google Scholar, you can do an author search based on keywords. For example, if I find an author who has "Robotics" as a keyword, and I click on that keyword, it lists all the authors with that keyword, in order of the number of citations.

What I would like to do, is see that same list, but:

1) Only for authors in my country

And:

2) By combining it with another keyword, e.g. all the authors who have "Robotics" and "Machine Learning".

Is this kind of advanced author search possible?

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    As an aside, it's worth mentioning that Google Scholar Author search only lists authors who have signed up to google scholar. – Jeromy Anglim Jul 28 '16 at 1:19
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You can search multiple keywords with something like this:

label:robotics + label:machine_learning

in the author search. Narrowing by country can be trickier. You can potentially narrow by the email address. For example, if their profile is verified with a UK email address it will end in .ac.uk. Thus you can search:

label:robotics + label:machine_learning + .ac.uk

and only get UK researchers. You'll probably get some false positives and negatives with this technique so it's not perfect but will help narrow the scope.

Here's a related question pertaining to narrowing country on Google Scholar:

Google Scholar: how to exclude some countries from the search?

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