When you search “Excluding self-citation in Google Scholar” on Google, the first item is [By Brinxmat]. But unfortunately it does not work anymore, at least for me.

However, it gives me some insights and then I fiddling with Google Scholar a little bit. Now we have an easy solution.

This is the original citation link of one of my paper:

As you see, the trick is still on the query except that it has been much more complicated than what Brinxmat found in 2010.

So, the manual solution is to:

2. Click the cited by link for one paper, and figure out the cites ID in the address bar. Like the number string 17562392294963478550 in https://scholar.google.com/scholar?oi=bibs&hl=en&cites=17562392294963478550.

3. Paste the ID in the following link

https://scholar.google.com/scholar?hl=en&as_sdt=0%2C31&sciodt=0%2C31&cites=17562392294963478550&scipsc=1&q=-author%3A%22H+Peng%22&btnG=

and replace the author name H+Peng by your name, keep the plus sign.

4. Done!

A little explanation:

• After opening a cited by link, you will see a checkbox saying “Search within citing articles”, then check the box.
• Then put -author:"H Peng" in the search box, then press Enter.
(It is a short hyphen there, not dash. Pay attention to your input method.)