Konstantin V. Koshel

principal researcher
Science degree
Academic title
associate professor
  • Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology (1983), Physical Engineer in Automatics and Electronics
  • Gorky Radiophysical Research Institute (1987), Ph.D. in physics and mathematics
Area of expertise
  • Geophysical hydrodynamics
  • Vortex dynamics
  • Radiophysics
  • Wave theory
  • Theory of random processes and field theory
  • Dynamical systems theory
Research fellowhsip affiliation
European Mechanics Society (EuroMech)
American Meteorological Society (AMS)
Key publications


  1. Кошель К.В., Шевцов Б.М., Славутский Л.А. Распространение УК и СВЧ радиоволн над морем // Владивосток, Дальнаука, 1993, 160 с.
  2. Пранц С.В., Кошель К.В. Хаотическая адвекция в океане // Москва-Ижевск, Ниц. ‘Регулярная и хаотическая динамика’, Ижевский институт компьютерных исследований, 2008. – 364 С.



  • M. Sokolovskiy, K. Koshel, and J. Verron, “Three-vortex quasigeostrophic dynamics in a two-layer fluid. Part 1. Analysis of relative and absolute motions,” J. Fluid Mech. 717, 232–254 (2013).
  • K. Koshel, M. Sokolovskiy, and J. Verron, “Three-vortex quasigeostrophic dynamics in a two-layer fluid. Part 2. Regular and chaotic advection around the perturbed steady states,” J. Fluid Mech. 717, 255–280 (2013).


Involvement in national and international projects

Russian Foundation for Basic Research (Russia) and French National Centre for Scientific Research (France) project: "Subsurface meso- and submeso-scale vortexes in the Atlantic and Indian Oceans"

Contributions to conferences

2016 Parametric instability of point-vortex systems in a multi-layer flow under linear deformation. Nonlinear processes in atmospheric and oceanic flows, 2016, July 6 - July 8, p. 27. 2016, Madrid, Spain.