Michael Lacey is a renowned mathematician. He attended the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign where he earned his Ph.D under the supervision of Walter Philipp in 1987. His thesis focused on the probability area in Banach spaces.
He found a solution to a complex issue on the law of iterated logarithm for empirical characteristic functions. In the following years his work mainly revolved around ergodic theory, probability and harmonic analysis. Here is a brief overview of his life and career achievements.
Early Working Life
After graduating with his Ph.D, he was employed by Louisiana State University. After a while he made his move to the University of North Carolina at the Chapel Hill campus. Read more: Michael Lacey | Wikipedia and Michael Lacey | Mathalliance
While at UNC, Lacey together with Walter Philipp managed to produce proof on the theorem touching on the almost sure central limit. Dr. Lacey worked at the Indiana University from 1989 to 1996.
At the Indiana University, he received a Postdoctoral Fellowship (National Science Foundation). During this fellowship, he tackled the bilinear Hilbert transform, which was at that time being queried by Alberto Calderon. Christoph Thiele and Michael Lacey had scooped the Salem Prize in the year 1996 for coming up with the transform solution.
Michael is a professor in mathematics at Georgia Institute of Technology, where he has worked since 1996. Dr. Lacey was awarded the Guggenheim Fellowship in the year 2004 for their joint efforts with Xiaochun Li. In 2012, he was confirmed as an American Mathematical Society Fellow.
He received a lot of support for this recognition from the National Science Foundation.
His work has been largely supported by several institutes involved in mathematical research like the Fulbright Foundation and Simmons Foundation. Michael Lacey has a number of papers on vital issues in mathematics and sciences published.
Lacey has researched as well as written on a number of topics. These topics include Carleson’s Theorem, Kao Problem, iterated logarithm laws, bilinear Hilbert transform, the Carleson-Hunt Theorem, Levy processes, central limit theorems and others.
Dr. Michael Lacey has throughout his illustrious career shown a deep knowledge of a number of mathematical problems considered to be among the most complex in the field. He has always proven that he is a mathematical genius.
Michael Lacey has also shown that he is one of the most diligent and hardworking mathematicians alive. This has seen him get tons of invitations to various visiting and short-term positions in universities all over the world. He was honored with the chance of talking for 45 minutes in 1998 during the International Congress of Mathematics.