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Vincent Miele
Ingénieur de recherche - CNRS
phone: +(33) 04 72 44 85 44
"Biométrie et Biologie Évolutive"
UCB Lyon 1  - Bât. Grégor Mendel
43 bd du 11 novembre 1918
69622 VILLEURBANNE cedex
Building: Mendel 1er étage Office: 141

Multiplex ecological network

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  • Overview

    I am working in CNRS and I am interested in various problems about networks, from the analysis of original datasets to the development of new methodological tools.

    As a researcher engineer, I am also interested in computer vision for Ecology, software performance & parallel computing.

    Multiplex ecological network Giraffe detection with YOLO Parallel computing with R

  • Forthcoming & recent papers

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    Vincent Miele, Catherine Matias, Stéphane Robin & Stéphane Dray, Nine Quick Tips for Analyzing Network Data. PLoS Comp. Biology (2019)


    Vincent Miele, Rodrigo Ramos-Jiliberto & Diego P. Vazquez, Core–periphery dynamics in a plant–pollinator network. Accepted in Journal of Animal Ecology (2020) bioRxiv

    Vincent Miele, Christian Guill, Rodrigo Ramos-Jiliberto & Sonia Kéfi, Non-trophic interactions strengthen the diversity—functioning relationship in an ecological bioenergetic network model. PLoS Comp. Biology (2019).

    Marc Ohlmann, Vincent Miele, Stéphane Dray, Loïc Chalmandrier, Louise O’Connor & Wilfried Thuiller, Diversity indices for ecological networks: a unifying framework using Hill numbers Ecology Letters (2019)

    Sonia Kéfi, Vincent Miele, Evie A. Wieters, Sergio A. Navarrete & Eric L. Berlow, How structured is the entangled bank? The surprisingly simple organization of multiplex ecological networks leads to increased persistence and resilience. PLoS Biology (2016)


    Catherine Matias & Vincent Miele, Statistical clustering of temporal networks through dynamic a stochastic block model. Journal of the Royal Statistical Society: Series B (2016) Arxiv


    Daphné Reiss, Gladys Mialdea, Vincent Miele, Damien de Vienne, Jean Peccoud, Clément Gilbert, Laurent Duret, Sylvain Charlat, Global survey of mobile DNA horizontal transfer in arthropods reveals Lepidoptera as a prime hotspot. PLoS Genetics (2019)

    Samuel Venner, Vincent Miele, Christophe Terzian, Christian Biémont, Vincent Daubin, Cédric Feschotte & Dominique Pontier, Ecological networks to unravel the routes to horizontal transposon transfers. PLoS Biology (2017)


    Vincent Miele et Violaine Louvet, Calcul parallèle avec R. Collection PratiqueR, EDP Sciences (+ d’infos ici)

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