About the Man
Michael Lacey is a renown mathematician in the United States of America. Lacey earned his Ph.D. from the University of Illinois. He was postdoctoral at both Louisiana State University and University of North Carolina. His postdoctoral fellowship position at Indiana University lasted for ten years.
During his tenure at IU he received the Salem Prize for his results on the study of the bilinear Hilbert transform. Michael Lacey has been with the Georgia Institute of Technology since 1996 as a Professor of Mathematics. In 2012 he became a fellow of the American Mathematical Society. He is also a member of the Library of Congress.
Lacey’s Studies and Collaborations
Michael Lacey has several collaborations under his belt. He has collaborated with Christoph Thiele on the resolution of the bilinear Hilbert transform, which is based on the conjecture formulated by Alberto Calderon. He was awarded the Guggenheim Fellowship for his work with Xiaochun Li. He has worked with his mentor Walter Philipp on proving the almost sure central limit theorem.
Michael Lacey’s has worked on several theorems and mathematical probabilities. He has produced work in the areas of ergodic theory and harmonic analysis. He has produced work on the Mathematics Genealogy Project. He has written and published papers on mathematical theorems.
He has published, along with collaborators, chapters and journal articles. Michael Lacey’s work will continue to impress and influence the world of mathematics and probabilities. His work will be studied in the future by students that are interested in this field of study. Michael Lacey is truly an innovator in his field of study.