The American Mathematics Professor Michael Thoreau Lacey

The 57 year old Michael Thoreau Lacey is an American professor specialized in mathematics at the University of Georgia Institute of Technology. He was born on September 26, in the year 1959. He obtained his Ph. D. in the year 1987 from the University of Illinois under the supervision of Walter Philipp. This was pioneered by one of his most outstanding thesis on probability in the Banach spaces.

He unraveled a problem connected to a law of the iterated logarithm for the empirical characteristic functions. This thesis, nevertheless, marked the inception of many other areas of interest which he dedicated his time to. In the intermediate years, he has conducted research which was related to the areas of ergodic theory, probability, and more importantly, a harmonic analysis which is still an area of interest till date.

Michael held positions (after obtaining his P.H.D) in several prominent institutions such as the Louisiana State University and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill where he served as a professor of mathematics. During his service in UNC, Lacey and Walter Philip gave their attestation of the Central Limit Theorem, and it was nearly sure.

Also, he occupied a position at Indiana University where he received a National Science Foundation Postdoctoral Fellowship from 1989 to 1996, as honors for his dedication and discoveries. During his tenure, he pioneered a study on the bilinear Hilbert transformation theory. He is an epitome of excellence and integrity.

Lacey has been lecturing at the Georgia Institute of Technology since 1996, and he was given the award of the Guggenheim Fellowship along with Xiaochun Li for joint work in the year 2004. Michael became a bonafide member of the American Mathematical Society in the year 2012.

Lacey has also authored various books such as ‘Stein on the Hilbert Transform on Vector Fields and several articles in mathematics and physics especially in ar xiv from 1999 till date. His students have been recognized in the discipline around the world.

He has also directed several training grants in the university particularly the VIGRE and the MCTP awards held by the NSF. Postdocs have been under his mentorship, and his awards support various undergraduates.

He has also received other grants such as Australian Research Council Grant in 2015, NSF individual grant $312,000 in 2012, Australian Research Council Grant in 2011, Simons Foundation, $130,000 in 2012, and many others. Read more: Michael Lacey | Facebook

Micheal has helped many students proceed to outstanding graduate programs and also many P.H.D students who have taken part in the academic and industrial careers across the world.

He is, at the moment, the head of the National Alliance for Doctoral studies in the Mathematical Science. His recent area of specialization is pure mathematics at Georgia Institute of Technology.

He continues to make waves in the discipline. Lacey has maintained constituency over the years, and his zeal has propelled the birth of so mathematicians today. His absolute devotion and love for the discipline is legendary.

Micheal Thoreau Lacey can be contacted through this address; Michael Lacey from the School of Mathematics at the Georgian Institute of Technology in Atlanta GA 30332. His Office:241 Skiles, Phone: use email, Fax:404.894.4409. Email: [email protected]