With broad research interests in fluid mechanics and nonlinear acoustics embracing both computational and theoretical aspects, my current focus is on stochastic fluid dynamics and complex ocean flows. I also study efficient and robust absorbing boundary conditions for nonlinear equations, as well as high-performance numerical methods for large scientific problems.
MSc and UROP opportunities
- Nonlinear optimization in ocean modelling
- Dynamical system reconstruction
- Stochastic parameterisations for ocean models
- Multiscale energy transfers in the ocean
- Modelling the ocean with primitive equations
Please contact me directly if you have your own ideas for the research project.
Shevchenko I, Berloff P, 2022, A method for preserving nominally-resolved flow patterns in low-resolution ocean simulations: Dynamical system reconstruction, Ocean Modelling, Vol:170, ISSN:1463-5003, Pages:101939-101939
Shevchenko I, Berloff P, 2021, On a minimum set of equations for parameterisations in comprehensive ocean circulation models, Ocean Modelling, Vol:168, ISSN:1463-5003, Pages:1-7
Berloff P, Ryzhov E, Shevchenko I, 2021, On dynamically unresolved oceanic mesoscale motions, Journal of Fluid Mechanics, Vol:920, ISSN:0022-1120, Pages:1-24
et al., 2021, On non-uniqueness of the mesoscale eddy diffusivity, Journal of Fluid Mechanics, Vol:920, ISSN:0022-1120, Pages:1-27
Kurashina R, Berloff P, Shevchenko I, 2021, Western boundary layer nonlinear control of the oceanic gyres, Journal of Fluid Mechanics, Vol:918, ISSN:0022-1120, Pages:1-26