Hume A. Feldman

Hume Feldman
  • Professor
  • APS Fellow – DAP
  • Research Interests: Astro/Cosmology
  • Physics & Astronomy

Contact Info

Call Me:
Malott Hall, room 6070A
1251 Wescoe Hall Dr.
Lawrence, KS 66045


1996-present: Professor, University of Kansas

1994-1996: Research Professor, Gravity Group, Department of Physics, Princeton University

1991-1994: Research Associate, Department of Physics, University of Michigan

1989-1991: Postdoctoral Fellow, CITA, University of Toronto, Canada


PhD, Institute for Theoretical Physics, 1989, Stony Brook, NY
MA, Institute for Theoretical Physics, 1986, Stony Brook, NY
BA, University of California, 1984, Santa Cruz, CA


My research interests include Astrophysics and Cosmology. I study the large scale structure of the universe, developing and implementing dynamical and statistical tools. In particular I analyze proper distance surveys to find the distribution of mass in the Universe. I am looking at the kinetic Sunayev-Zeldovich signature of clusters to study dark energy and the evolution of the Hubble parameter and the distribution, properties and substructure of void-supercluster network. I also study the effects of neutrino mass on the power spectrum of mass fluctuation in the linear and non-linear regimes.

Research interests:

  • Cosmology
  • Large-Scale-Structure of the Universe
  • Cosmic Flows
  • Neutrino Mass
  • Power Spectrum
  • Galaxies

Selected Publications

For publications please visit my selected publications website.