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Vincent Miele
Ingénieur de recherche - CNRS
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"Biométrie et Biologie Évolutive"
UCB Lyon 1  - Bât. Grégor Mendel
43 bd du 11 novembre 1918
69622 VILLEURBANNE cedex
Bâtiment : Mendel 1er étage Bureau : 141

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  • Overview

    I am working in CNRS @ Biometry and Evolutionary Biology Lab. With a background in mathematics and computer science, I am involved in projects in ecology, on two main axes :

    - ecological networks : analysing original datasets, proposing new methodological developments and helping non specialists (see this "quick tips" paper) ;

    - image, ecology & deep learning : as a leader of the imaginecology initiative (see imaginecology website), developping computer vision pipelines and sharing knowledge with other ecologists.

  • Forthcoming & recent papers


    Vincent Miele, Stéphane Dray et Olivier Gimenez, Images, écologie et deep learning, Regards sur la biodiversité, Société Française d’Écologie et d’Évolution (2021)

    Vincent Miele, Gaspard Dussert, Bruno Spataro, Simon Chamaillé-Jammes, Dominique Allainé & Christophe Bonenfant, Revisiting giraffe photo-identification using deep learning and network analysis. Methods in Ecology and Evolution (2021) Preprint bioRxiv

    Vincent Miele, Gaspard Dussert, Thomas Cucchi & Sabrina Renaud, Deep learning for species identification of modern and fossil rodent molars. Preprint bioRxiv (2020)


    Vincent Miele, Catherine Matias, Marc Ohlmann, Giovanni Poggiato, Stéphane Dray, Wilfried Thuiller. Quantifying the overall effect of biotic interactions on species communities along environmental gradients. Preprint HAL (2021)

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

    Ana M Martin Gonzalez, Diego Pedro Vazquez, Rodrigo Ramos-Jiliberto, Sang Hoon Lee, Vincent Miele, Core-periphery structure in mutualistic networks : an epitaph for nestedness ? Preprint bioRxiv (2020)

    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)


    Christophe Botella, Stéphane Dray, Catherine Matias, Vincent Miele, Wilfried Thuiller, An appraisal of graph embeddings for comparing trophic network architectures. Preprint HAL (2021)

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

    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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