|Hume A. Feldman|
|Department of Physics & Astronomy|
|University of Kansas, Lawrence, KS 66045, USA|
|(785) 864-4626 firstname.lastname@example.org|
Chair, July. 2013-Present
Director of Graduate Studies, Sep. 2010-2013t
Professor of Physics & Astronomy, Sep. 2009-Present
Associate Professor of Physics & Astronomy, Sep. 2002-Present
Assistant Professor of Physics & Astronomy, 1997-Aug. 2002
|UC Santa Cruz||Physics||BA with honors||1983|
|SUNY at Stony Brook||Physics||MA||1986|
|ITP, SUNY at Stony Brook||Physics||Ph.D.||1989|
|CITA, University of Toronto||Cosmology||Postdoctoral fellow||1989-1991|
|ITP, UC Santa Barbara||Cosmology||Visiting Postdoc||1992|
|University of Michigan||Cosmology||Research fellow||1991-1994|
|Princeton University||Cosmology||Prof. research||1994-1996|
|Visiting Scholar||Imperial College, London, UK||July - December 2009|
|Visiting Scholar||University College, London, UK||July - December 2009|
|Visiting Scholar||Institut d'Astrophysique de Paris, France||November 2009|
|Visiting Scholar||Copernicus Astronomical Center |
|Schonbrunn Visiting Professor||Racah Institute of Physics
The Hebrew University
|February - June 2003|
|Visiting Scholar||The Technion Institute of
|Visiting Scholar||Deparrtment de Physique Theoretique,
Universite de Geneve, Switzerland
Organizer and convener of a four part lecture series Science Education and the Public. A discussion of the emerging controversy regarding Intelligent Design and its place in science education. Spring 2006 at the Dole Center for Politics Sponsored by KU Departments, Centers, the College and the Provost Office. See at http://tatania.phsx.ku.edu/Lecture-series/
Organizer and convener of Kansas Science Standards 2004: Will it be 1999 all over again. A talk sponsored by the science departments and the KU Chancellor's office, September 28, 2004. See at http://tatania.phsx.ku.edu/standardstalk.html .
Organizer and originator of Science, Teaching and the Search for Origins 2000, Conference sponsored by the University of Kansas and the AAAS to discuss the recent de-emphasis of science in Kansas's schools. See at http://tatania.phsx.ku.edu/KU-conf/
Web based Physics courses at the University of Kansas. General Physics - 350 students a semester, once a year. See at http://tatania.phsx.ku.edu/Phsx114/.
Cosmology for Poets. See at http://tatania.phsx.ku.edu/Phsx112/.
Conferences and Workshops:
Organizer and convener of Pairwise Velocities and Fundamental Plane Galaxies from the SDSS, Fermilab June 9-11, 2004 See at http://tatania.phsx.ku.edu/ws2004/.
Organizer of Workshops in Kansas: Great Plains Cosmology Workshop, Lawrence, Kansas, Oct 26-27, 2001, http://tatania.phsx.ku.edu/GPCW/.
Midwest Cosmology Workshop, Lawrence, Kansas, May 15-16, 1998.
Dynamics and Statistics of Large-Scale Structure in the Universe. Lawrence, Kansas, May 8-12, 1997.
Originator and organizer of First Annual Great Lakes Cosmology Workshop, Ann Arbor, MI, April 1993 (going strong in its thirteenth year).
American Astronomical Society, American Physical Society, ADP, Sigma-Pi-Sigma.
Thesis advisor and Chair
Shankar Agarwal (Ph.D 2012)
Joel Hess (MS 2008)
Devdeep Sarkar (MS 2006)
S. Will Chambers (Ph.D. 2004, MS 2001)
Victor Andrade (Ph.D. 2002, MS 2000)
Juthika Khargharia (MS 2006)
Brian Thomas (Ph.D. 2005)
Bahman Engheta (Ph.D. Math, 2005)
Nurur Rahman (Ph.D. 2004, MS 2001)
Ina Robertson (Ph.D. 2003)
Delores Tanner (MS Astronomy, 2003)
Jounghun Lee (Ph.D. 1999)
2008 NSF/ Extragalactic Astronomy & Cosmology, PI, $110,000 for two years.
2006 Research Corporation/ Research Opportunity Awards, PI, $75,000 for two years.
2003 Schonbrunn Visiting Professor, Hebrew University, Spring 2003, $10,000
2001 NSF/ Extragalactic Astronomy & Cosmology, Co-PI, $110,000 per year for three years.
2001 Rose Morgan Visiting Professorship, University of Kansas. $24,000 to invite Prof. R. Juszkiewicz from Copernicus Center, Poland, for a semester.
1996 NSF-EPSCoR, New faculty $120,000 for three years.