- Materials Processing
Dr. Hudson is a technical instructor and manages the Laboratory for Physical Metallurgy, a shared space within DMSE for teaching and research activities. He helps teach 3.014 and 3.042 during the year as well as a class on metalcasting during IAP.
He recieved his S.B. in Materials Science and Engineering at MIT in 2012 and his Ph.D. in the same field from WPI in 2016. His doctoral reseach involved the use of laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy (LIBS) as a tool for impurity detection in molten aluminum. As a graduate student, he was also appointed as lab manager for the Advanced Casting Research Center at WPI.
His professional interests include metals processing, physical metallurgy, materials characterization, and engineering education. He enjoys artisinal casting, blacksmithing, and old things in general!