Eric R. Hudson

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Eric Hudson earned his Ph.D. at the University of Colorado 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 Angeles, in 2008. At UCLA his research includes the production and study of ultracold molecular ions, charged-neutral quantum chemical dynamics, new trapped ion qubits, and a search for any variation of the fundamental constants of nature.


Antiprotons Reflect a Magnetic Symmetry

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


A Diatomic Molecule is One Atom too Few

The successful laser cooling of a triatomic molecule paves the way towards the study of ultracold polyatomic molecules. Read More »