Michael Lacey is a brilliant and talented mathematician. He has had the opportunity to work in various universities including; University of North Carolina, Indiana University, and Louisiana State University.
He worked with Walter Phillip and together they came up with a theorem of central limit while studying in UNC. He was awarded a postdoctoral fellowship in National Science Foundation while at the Indiana University.
He also started studying the Hilbert transform bilinear which coincided with the theme of conjecture which was being handled by Alberto Calderón. Michael Lacey together with Christoph Thiele got a Salem Prize for their contribution in helped to solve the challenging issue.
Michael Lacey joined the Georgia Institute of Technology in 1996 and has been working as the Mathematics Professor. He partnered with Xiaochun Li in 2004 in solving a mathematics issue and got recognized with a fellowship from Guggenheim.
He was also recognized by Simons Foundation for his research work. He is a fellow of the society of American Mathematical.
He has worked with training grants such as; VIGRE and MCTP awards as the director. The grants have been instrumental in supporting graduate students, undergraduates, and postdocs. Learn more about Michael Lacey: https://arxiv.org/a/lacey_m_1.html and http://people.math.gatech.edu/~lacey/
Michael Lacey has been instrumental in advising his Ph.D. students on the leading graduate programs to pursue, which has helped them to land prominent professions. In addition, Michael Lacey has used his expertise in pure mathematics to mentor over 10 postdocs.
Michael Lacey attended university in Urbana –Champaign in the Illinois area. He acquired a Ph.D. He wrote a thesis Banach spaces probability and helped to solve the iterated logarithm law for practical attributes purposes. His main concentration has been on harmonic analysis, probability, and ergodic theory.
Michael has dedicated himself to researching, testing and writing mathematics concepts that have earned him a reputation as an acclaimed mathematician. He continues to provide his contribution on a number of math issues and transform the lives of his students.
He has been handling mathematics for over 40 years which has helped to hone his experience on the subject that is tough for most people. He remains a mathematician genius whose contribution to mathematics cannot go unnoticed.