Frédérique Bordignon, researcher at École des Ponts
Frédérique Bordignon is in charge of bibliometric indicators at École des Ponts and her research at LISIS is in the field of quantitative science studies, including the use of linguistic tools for the analysis of textual corpora.
Her research draws on both a 10-year experience in Scholarly Communication and collaborations with several LISIS members since 2015, and it is part of the LISIS GTC group (Digital Studies and Computational Social Sciences). She holds a PhD in linguistics (knowledge representation), she has an experience in the processing of strategic information in the field of sport, and a professional background in scholarly communication, mainly at École des Ponts. She produces analyses that challenge computational methods by applying them to heterogeneous corpora (abstracts, tweets, press articles, preprints…), often associated with bibliometric indicators. She focuses on the linguistic dimension of scientific texts, from lexical fields to co-occurrence networks, including the expression of disagreement or the detection/dissemination of scientific claims. Her research aims at contributing to studies related to publication practices, the construction and dissemination of knowledge, and the ways in which science is opened up.
– – In 2020, she co-hosted the exploratory project Cita&Re with Marianne Noël, funded by ISITE Future. It is a project combining computational linguistics, scientometrics and sociology of science, with the aim of examining whether or not retracted or corrected papers receive more critical citations.
– This work has continued since 2021 with the ERC Synergy NanoBubbles project in the Corrections WP, and the Corpus and mapping WP. The aim is to study the mechanisms of correction of science and to identify when and why science fails to self-correct; taking nanobioscience as a case study, the project looks at scientific misconduct and questionable research practices.
Since 2021, she is a certified trainer in scientific integrity after having completed the 60 hour course provided as part of the VIRT2UE H2020 project, which promotes the development of good science and virtuous research practices.
See updated publication list: https://cv.archives-ouvertes.fr/frederique-bordignon
Ermakova L, Bordignon F, Turenne N, Noël M (2018). Is the Abstract a Mere Teaser? Evaluating Generosity of Article Abstracts in the Environmental Sciences. Frontiers in Research Metrics and Analytics. 10.3389/frma.2018.00016. ⟨hal-01792860⟩
Li Y, Commenges H, Bordignon F, et al (2019). The Tianjin Eco-City model in the academic literature on urban sustainability. Journal of Cleaner Production. 213:59–74. 10.1016/j.jclepro.2018.12.018. ⟨hal-01956614⟩
Keynote, invited conferences
Bordignon F. (2022). Pitfalls and promises of BIR in science studies: A case study of mapping scientific articles to the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals. BIR 2022 – Bibliometric-enhanced Information Retrieval, European Conference on Information Retrieval (ECIR 2022), Stavanger, Norway. ⟨hal-03636485⟩
Communications with proceedings
Bordignon F, Boukacem-Zeghmouri C (2022). Quelle place les rapports AERES et HCERES font-ils à la Science Ouverte ? Réponses par une analyse textométrique (2009-2021). 8e conférence Document Numérique et Société, Liège, Belgique. ⟨hal-03700661⟩
Bordignon F, Ermakova L, Noël M (2021). Preprint Abstracts in Times of Crisis: a Comparative Study with the Pre-pandemic Period. In: Frommholz I, Mayr P, Cabanac G, Verberne S (eds) BIR 2021 Bibliometric-enhanced Information Retrieval. Lucca, Italy, pp 37–44. ⟨hal-03187900⟩
Bordignon F (2019). Tracking content updates in Scopus (2011-2018): a quantitative analysis of journals per subject category and subject categories per journal. In: Catalano G, Daraio C, Gregori M, et al. (eds) 17th International Conference On Scientometrics & Informetrics, Rome, Italy. p 1630. ⟨hal-02281351⟩
Bordignon, F (2021). Correction de la science : analyse comparative des citations critiques et des commentaires post-publication. Séminaire de l’ANR Skeptiscience porté par Michel Dubois.
Bordignon, F (2021). “It could be effective” : optimisme et persuasion dans les abstracts de preprints publiés pendant la crise de la COVID-19. Séminaire “Sciences Sociales Computationnelles” du LISIS.
Boistel R, Bordignon F, Maurel L (2019). Aspects juridiques de la gestion et du partage des données. Journées Nationales de la Science Ouverte 2019. Paris, France.
Bordignon F, Noël M, Cabanac G (2019). Les mots/maux du Plan S. Journées Nationales de la Science Ouverte 2019. Poster. Paris, France.
Noël M, Bordignon F (2017). The pitfalls of signature. Questioning affiliation in French research and higher education institutions. Poster. Science, Technology and Innovation indicators – STI 2017. Champs sur Marne, France.
Bordignon F, Turenne N, Feugueur Y (2016). A semi-supervised Learning Approach to find equivalent long-string Organization Names. Poster. Colloque-Forum PEPS EXIA. Paris, France.
Bordignon F (2015). L’identification des publications de l’École des Ponts ParisTech. Journée d’étude – Affiliations dans les publications scientifiques françaises. URFIST-RENATIS, Paris, France.