Michael Thoreau Lacey is a 57 years old American mathematician and professor. Lacey went to Urbana Campaign in 1987 under the authoritative supervision of well know mathematician Walter Philipp he received his Ph.D. at University of Illinois.
Michael Lacey thesis was on the Banach Spaces probability and obtained excellent scores, and later helped to crack a predicament on Empirical character functions involving the laws of the iterated logarithms. His Ph.D. thesis additionally sparked various interests in numerous areas of mathematics, and he dedicated his energy, time and money to get solutions.
During his middle years, Lacey conducted a unique research on probability; ergodic theory and harmonic analysis, topic that still keep him actively involved. Michael Lacey started his first postdoctoral career at the University of Louisianan state, and he later joined the North Carolina Chapel Hill University. Learn more about Michael Lacey: https://www.genealogy.math.ndsu.nodak.edu/id.php?id=62509
During his working years at the University of North Carolina with his mentor Walter Philip, they managed to come up with central limit theorem proof. At Indiana University he worked from 1989 to 1996, and during this time the National Science Foundation granted hi, a postdoctoral fellowship, and during this period he began his research and studies on the Hilbert transform bilinear.
The transform was a study of conjecture by the great Alberto Calderon and was later solved by duo Christoph Thiele and Lacey in 1996, and they then received the Salem Prize Award.
Michael Lacey joined Georgia Institute of Technology in 1996 where he became the professor of mathematics and in 2004 he received the Guggenheim Fellowship where he collaborated with Xiaochun Li. And in 2012 Michael hard works thrived, and he got a spot on the prestigious American Mathematical society making him a bonafide member.
Michael continues to flourish in mathematical discipline, and over the years he has worked hard and propelled various mathematical theories that make him a legendary