James E. Pascoe, William Chauvenet Lecturer at Washington University, received an NSF postodoctoral fellowship for his work in Operator Theory and several complex variables. He will be a Fellow for 2016-2019. His research specialty is in non-commutative function theory, and he will work with sponsoring scientist John McCarthy.
Pascoe received his Ph.D. in 2015 from UCSD. Apart from mathematics, his hobbies include board games and bridge.