# James Pascaleff

Associate Professor

Department of Mathematics

University of Illinois

⌘ | 357 Altgeld Hall (new for Fall 2020) |

☏ | +1 217 244 7277 |

✉ | jpascale@illinois.edu |

I am a mathematician working on symplectic topology and mirror symmetry.

- Minicourse “Introduction to Fukaya Categories” at the Hausdorff Institute: Lecture 1, Lecture 2, Lecture 3.

## Courses

- Fall 2020: No teaching.
- Summer 2019: Young Scholars Program (University of Chicago)
- All previous courses and seminars

### Past graduate topics courses

- Spring 2018: Homological Mirror Symmetry
- Spring 2014: Lagrangian Floer Homology

## Research

- My arXiv and google scholar pages.

### Research articles

- Poisson geometry, monoidal Fukaya categories, and commutative Floer cohomology rings,

arXiv:1803.07676, submitted. - The wall-crossing formula and Lagrangian mutations,

with Dmitry Tonkonog,*Adv. Math.*Volume 361, 12 February 2020, 106850. (arXiv:1711.03209) - Topological Fukaya category and mirror symmetry for punctured surfaces,

with Nicolò Sibilla,*Compositio Math.*Volume 155, Issue 3 (2019), pp. 599–644. (arXiv:1604.06448) - Floer cohomology of g-equivariant Lagrangian branes,

with Yankı Lekili,*Compositio Math.*Volume 152, Issue 05 (2016), pp. 1071–1110. (arXiv:1310.8609) - On the symplectic cohomology of log Calabi–Yau surfaces,

*Geom. Topol.*Volume 23, Issue 6 (2019), pp. 2701–2792. (arXiv:1304.5298) - Floer cohomology in the mirror of the projective plane and a binodal cubic curve,

*Duke Math. J.*Volume 163, Number 13 (2014), pp. 2427–2516. (arXiv:1109.3255, or thesis version)

### Expository notes

## Mini-CV

- 2020–Present: Associate Professor, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
- 2014–2020: Assistant Professor, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
- 2011–2014: Postdoctoral Fellow, Geometry and Topology RTG, University of Texas at Austin.
- 2006–2011: Graduate Student, MIT (PhD 2011, advisor: Denis Auroux).
- 2002–2006: Undergraduate, University of Chicago (AB 2006).

You can see my full CV here.