Hume A. Feldman
- Department Chair
- APS Fellow – DAP
- Research Interests: Astro/Cosmology
- Physics & Astronomy
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
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.
- Large-Scale-Structure of the Universe
- Cosmic Flows
- Neutrino Mass
- Power Spectrum
Selected Publications —
For publications please visit my selected publications website.