Michael Lacey is an internationally renowned expert in mathematical theory. He earned a PhD. in mathematics from the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign in 1987. He wrote his thesis on probability in Banach spaces under the direction of Walter Philipp.
While at the university, Lacey was able to solve a complex issue related to iterated logarithm law’s empirical characteristic function. Since earning his doctorate, Michael Lacey has used his knowledge of mathematics to do some highly respected work related to probability, harmonic analysis and ergodic theory.
Once he had earned his doctorate, Louisiana State University hired Dr. Lacey. After some time there, he accepted a teaching position at the University of North Carolina’s Chapel Hill campus. While there Lacey worked closely with Walter Philipp.
Their work on the Almost Sure Central Limit Theorem proof garnered them lots of attention in the world of mathematics. Michael Lacey next spent from 1989 until 1996 working at Indiana University.
He got a National Science Foundation Postdoctoral Fellowship while there and worked on the Bilinear Hilbert Transform. In 1996, Dr. Lacey and Christoph Thiele were awarded the Salem prize for solving the transform.
Georgia Institute of Technology hired Dr. Michael Lacey as a mathematics professor in 1996 and he currently still holds the position. In 2004 Dr. Lacey’s work with Xiaochun Li led to him being awarded a Guggenheim Fellowship. In 2012, Dr. Lacey became a fellow at the American Mathematical Society. Since then he has continued to do groundbreaking research in mathematics.
He has received a great deal of support in his work from a number of highly respected mathematics research institutes. They include the National Science Foundation, the Fulbright Foundation and the Simmons Foundation.
Dr. Lacey has published numerous papers on science and mathematics that address many important issues. Some of the issues on which Dr. Lacey has done research and written papers include Ergodic Theory, Central Limit Theorems, Dynamical Systems, Carleson’s Theorem, the Carleson-Hunt Theorem, the Kao Problem, the Bilinear Hilbert Transform, Laws of the Iterated Logarithm, Bilinear Littlewood Paley Square Functions and Levy Processes.
For 30 years Dr. Michael Lacey’s work has provided valuable insight and information on and solutions to many complex mathematical problems. He’s an internationally-recognized expert on mathematics theory.
Born in September 1959, Dr. Michael Thoreau Lacey is an American mathematician that has made valuable contributions to the world’s understanding of complex mathematic concepts and problems. He has displayed a unique ability to solve mathematics problems that have baffled experts for years.
His award-winning work and many years spent teaching at top universities have brought him well-deserved praise throughout the mathematics community. Read more: Mike Lacey | Crunchbase and Michael Lacey | Facebook
Dr. Lacey’s work has played a significant role in helping to prepare the next generation of mathematicians to handle the complex mathematics questions that lay ahead. He’s been a valuable asset to every university and group with which he has been involved.
Dr. Michael Lacey is one of the great mathematicians of modern times. His work will continue to impact the mathematics community for many years.