Manuela CAPELLO

Informations


Institut : IRD

GRADE : CR1

LIEU GEOGRAPHIQUE : SETE



Pôles communs : Modélisation

BIOGRAPHIE :

Main research interests

Behavioural Ecology, Fisheries science.

Complex Systems, Collective Phenomena, Self-organization, Non-linear Systems.

Statistical physics, Phase transitions, Stochastic simulations.

Projects

As Principal Investigator :

As Participant :

  • SWIOFP (FFEM) . South West Indian Ocean Fisheries Project. www.swiofp.net
  • RUN SEA SCIENCE (EU FP7). Amélioration des capacités matérielles et humaines des instituts de recherche en science de la mer à la Réunion. http://www.run-sea-science.fr

TEACHING

  • Co-supervision of Master students
  1. Yannick Baidai (CRO-Côte d’Ivoire) Deriving abundance indexes of tropical tuna species from echosouder buoys data 2016.
  2. Carlos Antonio Zarzar (UFRPE Brazil) Deriving abundance indexes of by catch species from echosouder buoys data 2016-2017.
  3. Ana Maksimovic (Master Tropimundo, www.tropimundo.eu/) Mitigating the impact of the tropical tuna purse seine fisheries on Silky sharks (Carcharhinus falciformis) : small scale behavioral analyses and future improvements in the protocol for video data acquisition in the purse seine net. 2015.
  4. Lucas Bonnin (ENSL, Master Bioscience) Influence of sea surface currents on silky shark movements in the Indian Ocean. 2015.
  5. Caroline Vranken (ULB) Etude du comportement agrégatif de bancs mixtes autour d’objets flottants. 2015.
  6. Aude Pajot (Paris 13, Master Ethologie/ ULB) Comportement d’agrégation du poisson zèbre (Danio rerio) autour d’objets flottants : Influence des interactions sociales et du thigmotactisme. 2014.
  • Co-supervision of PhD students
  1. John David Filmalter (IRD, Rhodes University). The associative behaviour of silky sharks, Carcharhinus falciformis, with floating objects in the open ocean. 2015.
  2. Fabien Forget (IRD, Rhodes University)
  3. Simon Bette (FNRS/ULB) Etude du comportement agrégatif de bancs mixtes autour d’objets flottants.
  • Teaching/Qualifications
  1. Course on Modeling and data analyses in Behavioral Ecology (ULB, Belgium and IRD, France) (8 hrs). 2011-2013.
  2. Training activities at CADMOS/CNES (Toulouse, France) (20 hrs). 2009.
  3. Supervision (TP) statistical methods in Physics at the University of Turin (Italy) (50 hrs). 2001.
  4. Supervision (TP) in Chemistry at the University of Turin (Italy) (50 hrs). 2000.
  5. Qualified to the functions of "maître de conférences", Section 67 du CNU.

Full publications list

2016

  • M. Capello, J. L. Deneubourg, M. Robert, K. N. Holland, K. M. Schaefer & L. Dagorn. Population assessment of tropical tuna based on their associative behavior around floating objects. Sci. Rep. (Nature publishing group) 6, 36415 ; doi : 10.1038/srep36415 (2016).
  • M. Travassos Tolotti, M. Capello, P. Bach, E. Romanov, H. Murua and L. Dagorn. USING FADS TO ESTIMATE A POPULATION TREND FOR THE OCEANIC WHITETIP SHARK IN THE INDIAN OCEAN. IOTC Working Party on Ecosystems and Bycatch (WPEB). Seychelles. IOTC‐2016‐WPEB12‐25.
  • G. Moreno, L. Dagorn, M. Capello, J. Lopez, J. Filmalter,, F. Forget, I. Sancristobal, K. Holland. Fish aggregating devices (FADs) as scientific platforms. Fisheries Research, Volume 178, June 2016, Pages 122–129. 2016.

2015

  • Capello M, Robert M, Soria M, Potin G, Itano D, Holland K, et al. (2015) A Methodological Framework to Estimate the Site Fidelity of Tagged Animals Using Passive Acoustic Telemetry. PLoS ONE 10(8) : e0134002. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0134002.
  • Forget F. G. , Capello M, J. D. Filmalter, R. Govinden, M. Soria, P. D. Cowley, L.t Dagorn. Behaviour and vulnerability of target and non-target species at drifting fish aggregating devices (FADs) in the tropical tuna purse seine fishery determined by acoustic telemetry. Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci., Published on the web 29 May 2015, 10.1139/cjfas-2014-0458.

2014

  • Patterns of swordfish capture in relation to fishing time moon illumination and fishing depth. P. Bach, P. Sabarros, E. Romanov, A. Puech, M. Capello, V. Lucas. IOTC 12th Working Party on Billfish Yokohama, Kanagawa, Japan. 21-25 October 2014. IOTC–2014–WPB12–14.

2013

  • J.D Filmater, M. Capello, J-L. Deneubourg, P.D.Cowley, L. Dagorn. Looking behind the curtain : quantifying a hidden source of massive shark mortality. Front. Ecol. Env. 11:291-296.
  • M. Capello, E. Romanov, P. Bach. Fine-scale catch data reveal clusters of large predators in the pelagic realm. Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 70:1785-1791.
  • M .Capello, M. Soria, G. Potin, P. Cotel, and L. Dagorn. Effect of current and daylight variations on small-pelagic fish aggregations (Selar crumenophthalmus) around a coastal fish aggregating device studied by fine-scale acoustic tracking. Aquatic Living Resources, Volume : 26, Issue:1, page : 63-68. Published : JAN 2013.

2012

  • M. Capello, M. Soria, P. Cotel, G. Potin, L. Dagorn and P. Fréon. The heterogeneous spatial and temporal patterns of behavior of small pelagic fish in an array of Fish Aggregating Devices (FADs). Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology, 430–431, 0 : 56 – 62.

2011

  • M. Capello, M. Soria, P. Cotel, J. L. Deneubourg and L. Dagorn. Quantifying the interplay between environmental and social effects on aggregated-fish dynamics. Plos One 6, 12.

2009

  • M. Capello and D. Poilblanc. Many-body calculation of the spatial extent of the wave function of a nonmagnetic impurity in a d -wave high-Tc superconductor using the t-J model. Phys. Rev. B 79, 224507.
  • M. Raczkowski, M. Capello and D. Poilblanc. Unidirectional Charge Instability of the d-wave RVB Superconductor. Acta Phys. Polon. A 115, 77.

2008

  • M. Capello, M. Raczkowski and D. Poilblanc. Stability of RVB hole stripes in high-temperature superconductors. Phys. Rev. B 77, 224502.
  • M. Capello, F. Becca, M. Fabrizio, S. Sorella. Mott transition in bosonic systems : Insights from the variational approach. Phys. Rev. B 77, 144517.
  • F. Becca , M. Capello. Variational approach for the superfluid-insulator transition in the bosonic Hubbard model. Physica B-Condensed Matter, 403 (5-9), 1293-1294.

2007

  • M. Raczkowski, M. Capello, D. Poilblanc, R. Frésard, and A.M. Oles. Unidirectional d -wave superconducting domains in the two-dimensional t-J model. Phys. Rev. B (Rapid Comm.) 76, 140505.
  • M. Capello, F.Becca, M. Fabrizio, and S. Sorella. Superfluid to Mott-Insulator Transition in Bose-Hubbard Models. Phys. Rev. Lett. 99, 056402.

2006

  • M. Capello, F. Becca, S. Yunoki, and S. Sorella. Unconventional metal-insulator transition in two dimensions. Phys. Rev. B, 73, 245116.

2005

  • M. Capello, F. Becca, S. Yunoki, M. Fabrizio, and S. Sorella. From Luttinger liquid to Mott insulator : The correct low-energy description of the 1D Hubbard model by an unbiased variational approach. Phys. Rev. B 72, 085121.
  • M. Capello, F. Becca, M. Fabrizio, S. Sorella, and E. Tosatti. Variational Description of Mott Insulators. Phys. Rev. Lett. 94, 026406.

2003

  • M. Capello and M. Caselle. A new class of solutions for the Dorokhov-Mello-Pereyra-Kumar equation. J. Phys. Condens. Matter 15 6845-6854.

Communication

2016

  • "The importance of knowing the number of FADs for building sound indicators and impact assessments" ICCAT FAD WG, Bilbao, Spain.
  • "Indicateurs d’abondance des thons tropicaux basés sur leur comportement associatif sous les DCPs " Journées de concertation IRD/Orthongel, Sète, France.
  • "Comportement associatif des thons tropicaux autour des DCP", Journée de rencontre SupAgro Montpelllier Module « Veiller sur les milieux naturels », Sète, France.

2015

  • "Deriving Fisheries-independent abundance indexes of tropical tuna from their associative behavior", UFRPE, Recife, Brazil.

2014

  • “Inferring animal abundance from associative behavior” ISEC International Statistical Ecology Conference, Montpellier, France.
  • “A new fisheries-independent method to estimate abundances of tropical tuna” CECOFAD meeting, Montpellier, France.
  • QUAESITUM : Quantifying environmental ans social interactions for tuna fisheries management. Euraxess Tour at ULB, Marie Slodowska Curie Fellowships. Brussels, Belgium.

2013

  • “Agrégation de poissons autour d’objets flottants : la Physique Statistique au services de l’Ecologie Comportementale” Présentation orale sous invitation de P. Meerts. Conseil du département de Biologie des Organismes, ULB, Bruxelles, Belgique.
  • QUAESITUM : Quantifying environmental ans social interactions for tuna fisheries management. Open day at the European Commission, Brussels, Belgium.

2012

  • “Spatio-temporal patterns of hooking contacts in pelagic longlining : Do they depend on the catch composition (target species versus bycatch) ? ” EBFM tuna International Symposium, Montpellier, France.
  • “Using FADs for estimating tuna abundance” ISSF -International Seafood Sustainability Foundation – CPUE Workshop, Rome, Italie.

2011

  • “Quantifying the spatial structure of fish aggregations around FADs at the micro- and mesoscale from field- based modeling and acoustic data analysis” Conférence Internationale Pêche Thonière et DCP, Tahiti.
  • “Analyse du comportement des petits pélagiques (Selars Chrumenophthalmus) agrégés autour des Dispositifs de Concentration de Poissons (DCPs).” Présentation orale après invitation de G. Gautrais et G. Theralauz. Laboratoire CRCA (Centre de Recherches sur la Cognition Animale), Toulouse, France.
  • “Quantifying the spatial dynamics of small-pelagic fish around Fish Aggregating Devices (FADs)” Rapport final d’évaluation du projet Run Sea Science. Université de La Réunion, Saint Denis de La Réunion. 
  • “Tracking fish positions through acoustic tagging”. Présentation orale après invitation de M. Le Corre (Université de La Réunion). Workshop on Seabird tracking and habitat modeling. Laboratoire ECOMAR, Saint Denis de La Réunion.
  • "Field-based modeling of small-pelagic fish distribution around fish aggregation devices”. Présentation orale après invitation de J-L. Deneubourg. Laboratiore USE, Université Libre de Bruxelles, Belgique.
  • “Quantifying the interplay between environmental and social effects on fish aggregations”. Présentation orale pour Les Jeudis du CRH. CRH Centre Ressources Halieutiques, Sète, France.
  • “Overview of the work done on fish behavior around FADs @ La Réunion”. Présentation orale pour le MADE meeting 12-17 September 2011. Victoria, Seychelles.
  • “Analyse de données et modélisation d’un ensemble de poissons dans un réseau de DCPs” Présentation orale pour le Run Sea Science Advisory Board. Saint Denis, La Réunion, France.

2010

  • “Modeling non-homogeneous phases in cuprates”. Présentation orale après invitation de N. Long. IRL (Industrial Research Limited) Wellington, Nouvelle Zelande.

2009

  • “ESA operational tools for the scientific experiments on-board the ISS Columbus module” Présentation orale/Formations au CADMOS/CNES, Toulouse, France

2008

  • “Hole stripes in High-Tc superconductors”, Présentation orale après invitation de J. Cayssol. Laboratoire de Physique Théorique, Université de Bordeaux, Bordeaux, France.
  • “Stability of inhomogeneous superconducting states in the doped t-J model” Présentation sous sélection d’abstract. The APS March Meeting, New Orleans, USA.

2006

  • “Variational Description of Mott insulators” Soutenance de thèse. SISSA-ISAS, Trieste, Italie.
  • “Jastrow theory of the Mott transition” Présentation orale après invitation de D. Poilblanc. Laboratoire de Physique Théorique, Université de Toulouse.
  • “Variational Description of Mott insulators” Conférencière invitée, XXIV Conférence nationale de physique théorique et structure de la matière. Levico Terme, Italie.

2005

  • “Mott metal-insulator transition from a variational perspective”. Présentation orale après invitation de A. Sandwik. Condensed matter physics department, Boston University, USA.
  • “From Luttiger liquid to Mott insulator : VMC approach” Conférence « Quantum cluster methods for correlated materials ». Sherbrooke, Canada.

Publications

2017

Rodriguez-Tress, P., et al. "Associative behavior of yellowfin Thunnus albacares, skipjack Katsuwonus pelamis, and bigeye tuna T. obesus at anchored fish aggregating devices (FADs) off the coast of Mauritius." Mar Ecol Prog Ser. 570 (2017): 213–222.
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2016

Capello, M., et al. "Population assessment of tropical tuna based on their associative behavior around floating objects." Sci Rep. 6 (2016): 36415.
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Moreno, G., et al. "Fish aggregating devices (FADs) as scientific platforms." Fish Res.. 178 (2016): 122–129.
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2015

Capello, M., et al. "A Methodological Framework to Estimate the Site Fidelity of Tagged Animals Using Passive Acoustic Telemetry." PLoS ONE. 10.8 (2015): e0134002.
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Forget, F. G., et al. "Behaviour and vulnerability of target and non-target species at drifting fish aggregating devices (FADs) in the tropical tuna purse seine fishery determined by acoustic telemetry." Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci.. 72.9 (2015): 1398–1405.
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2013

Capello, M., P. Bach, and E. Romanov. "Fine-scale catch data reveal clusters of large predators in the pelagic realm." Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences. 70.12 (2013): 1785–1791.
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Capello, M., et al. "Effet of current and daylight variations on small-pelagic fish aggregations (Selar crumenophthalmus) around a coastal fish aggregating device studied by fine-scale acoustic tracking." Aquatic Living Resources. 26 (2013): 63–68.
bascule de visibilité
Filmalter, J. D., et al. "Looking behind the curtain: quantifying massive shark mortality in fish aggregating devices." Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment. 11.6 (2013): 291–296.
bascule de visibilité

2012

Capello, M., et al. "The heterogeneous spatial and temporal patterns of behavior of small pelagic fish in an array of Fish Aggregating Devices (FADs)." Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology. 430–431 (2012): 56–62.
bascule de visibilité

2011

Capello, M., et al. "Quantifying the interplay between environmental and social effects on aggregated-fish dynamics." Plos One. 6.12 (2011).
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