Baruch Feldman received the PhD from UW with Scott Dunham. He completed postdoctoral research at Tyndall National Institute with Jim Greer, in collaboration with Intel's Materials Modeling team, and at the Weizmann Institute of Science with Leeor Kronik. At WIS, he developed TRANSEC, a highly-parallelizable first-principles electronic conductance module for the PARSEC density functional theory (DFT) code. TRANSEC enables very large electronic conductance calculations.
- The highly-parallelizable electronic conductance code TRANSEC, to be posted soon as open-source software.
- Investigation of promising materials for nanoscale interconnect technology.
View Baruch Feldman's publications on arxiv.org.