Contact Université Pierre et Marie Curie-Paris6 ; ISYEB, UMR7205
MNHN Department Histoire de la Terre
Géologie building, CP48
57 rue Buffon, F-75005 Paris (France)
tel : 01.40.79.80.61 (+33 1 40 79 80 61)
email : regine.vignes_lebbe

Position :Professor at the University Pierre et Marie Curie (Paris6)

Research domain : Biodiversity informatics (databasing, knowledge representation, classification methods, biological identification with computer, analysis of descriptive data)

Responsabily
Scientific coordinator of french GBIF node More...
Coordination of the master "Systématique Evolution et Paléontologie" (UPMC-MNHN), and for the specific cursus "Biodiversity informatics".

Teaching
I teach statistiques and the use of informatics at the licence level (L2 and L3).
For the master "Systématique, Evolution et Paléontologie" my participation is related to concepts and practices in Taxonomy, discrimination and identification methods, databasing and data analysis, formalization and knowledge representation ...
Some lecture for a module of the research school of the MNHN, entitled "Three-item analysis in systematics and biogeography"and for a module on Collections.

Publications (some of the last publications)

  • Rivière Ung V., Dubus G., Zaragüeta-Bagils R. & Vignes-Lebbe R. (soumis). Xper²: introducing e-Taxonomy.
  • Zaragüeta-Bagils, R., Ung, V., Bourdon, E., Vignes-Lebbe, R. & Malécot, V. 2009. On the International Code of Area Nomenclature (ICAN). Journal of Biogeography. Sous presse.
  • Messiaen S., Vignes-Lebbe R., Aragon S., 2008. La reflexion semantica: primera etapa en el proceso de informatizacion de una coleccion universitaria de ciencias naturals con vocacion pedagogica. Revista de Museologia #43: 56-65.
  • Cao, N., Zaragüeta-Bagils, R. & Vignes-Lebbe, R. , 2007. A hierarchical representation of the hypothesis of homology. Geodiversitas 29:5-15.
  • Jacques, F. Gallut, C. Vignes-Lebbe, R. & Zaragüeta Bagils, R., 2007. Resolving phylogenetic reconstruction in Menispermaceae (Ranunculales) using fossils and a novel statistical test. Taxon 56 (2) : 379-392