Pascoe receives NSF Postdoctoral Fellowship

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.