Michael Lacey is among the renowned mathematicians in the world. Lacey schooled at Urbana-Champaign at the University of Illinois from where he earned his Ph.D. in 1987. He worked at the university under the able guidance of Walter Philipp while still writing his thesis on the topic of probability in Banach spaces. Learn more about Mike Lacey: http://www.bizjournals.com/phoenix/potmsearch/detail/submission/6427818/Michael_Lacey
In addition, Michael Lacey assisted in the solving of a complex issue regarding the characteristic empirical function of the iterated logarithm law. He has since gone to do innovatory work on probability, ergodic theory, and harmonic analysis. All this has been a success through his vast expertise and knowledge of mathematics.
On receiving his Ph.D., Michael Lacey was called on by the Louisiana State University to work with them. Subsequently, he moved to the University of North Carolina’s Chapel Hill campus. At the UNC’s Chapel Hill campus, Michael Lacey and Walter Philipp gained so much in popularity and traction when they jointly presented a substantial proof relating to the theorem of the almost sure central limit. Read more: Michael Lacey | About.me and Mike Lacey | Crunchbase
Later, between 1989 and 1996, Michael worked at Indiana University. At the Indiana University, Michael Lacey was honorary given the reputed National Science Foundation Postdoctoral Fellowship.
While on the fellowship, Michael Lacey went on to study the bilinear Hilbert transform. At that time, the Hilbert transform had been facing founded criticisms by Alberto Calderon.
In 1996, Michael Lacey together with his friend, Christoph Thiele managed to solve the transform and were subsequently awarded the Salem Prize. Since 1996, Michael Lacey has been serving as a mathematics professor at the Georgia Institute of Technology. In 2004, Lacey earned a Guggenheim Fellowship as a result of a joint task he accomplished with Xiaochum Li.
In 2012, Lacey became a member of the American Mathematical Society. Through his continued studies, Lacey has inherently earned sufficient skills, reputation, expertise and the required knowledge which has helped him in carrying out various relevant research procedures in mathematics.
For most of his research in mathematics, Lacey has been profoundly supported by the National Science Foundation.
Notably, in his steady work in mathematics research, Michael Lacey has been a recipient of reliable and sufficient support from other organizations aside from the National Science Foundation. Among these entities, including the Fulbright Foundation and the Simmons Foundation. Michael Lacey had published numerous papers on critical issues in mathematics and science.
Among the topics that he has profoundly written about and researched include the Ergodic Theory, the Kao Problem, the bilinear Hilbert transform, Carleson’s Theorem, central limit theorems, Laws of the iterated logarithm and Levy processes among others.