Eric R. Hudson

Eric Hudson earned his Ph.D. at the University of Colorado at Boulder in 2006 for work in atomic, molecular, and optical physics with ultracold polar molecules. After a postdoctoral fellowship at Yale University, he joined the faculty of the University of California, Los Angles, in 2008. At UCLA his research includes work towards quantum computation with ultracold molecular ions and a search for any variation of the fundamental constants of nature.

Eric R. Hudson, David Saltzberg Published March 25, 2013

Particles and Fields

The ATRAP Collaboration has measured the magnetic moment of the antiproton more precisely than ever before, allowing a new test of CPT symmetry.