Michael Lacey is a celebrated mathematician who was born in 1959 in the United States of America. He studied in the University of Illinois in 1987. Michael specializes in specified fields in his career which include; probability, ergodic theory and also harmonic analysis. Within a period of eight years, Michael worked at Indiana University . Learn more about Jim Larkin: https://www.genealogy.math.ndsu.nodak.edu/id.php?id=62509 and https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=CVXnps0AAAAJ&hl=en
During that period, Michael received a national science foundation fellowship and he then began to learn about the bilinear Hilbert transform and this happened to be a subject he had solved later in 1996 which led to them been awarded the Salem award
Michael Lacey has spent the better part of his life as a mathematician whereby he was also a mathematics professor at the Georgia Institute of technology. Ever since Michael started his career, he has mentored a huge number of mathematics students. Read more: Michael Lacey | GAtech and Michael Lacey | Wikipedia
His students have successfully ended up to be great professors and he has also mentored more than ten postdocs. In addition to this, Michael Lacey has won various awards that included; Guggenheim and Simon’s foundation.
Michael has been in the forefront trying to advise students at all level of education to do their best and he has also generously shared his massive knowledge with those who approach him for help.
Being a prominent mathematician, he has worked as the editor in Harmonic Analysis for the proceedings of the American Society.
He joined a mathematicians’ platform as a member in 2012 called the American Mathematical Society. The platform mainly specializes in offering grants to the students who are interested in studying mathematics and also takes part in supporting mathematical research.