American mathematician Michael Lacey was born during the fall of 1959. The University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign is where he received his PHD. The preparation of his thesis led him to focus on logarithm as well as empirical characteristics.
After his studying in Chicago, Lacey went on to Louisiana State University to study harmonic analysis and probability. This would be his first postdoctoral role. His stay here would be brief before migrating to Indiana State University. While at ISU, Michael Lacey would earn National Science Foundation Postdoctoral Fellowship. He would continue to be recognized for his efforts by receiving the Salem Prize for for his work on Bilinear Hilbert Transform.
This project was a collaborative accomplishment with another renowned mathematician by the name of Chris Thiele. During 2012, Lacey joined the American Mathematical Society. This is a club that consists of mathematicians who have a passion for scholarships and math progression. Currently he is apart of the Georgia Tech University faculty. Learn more about Michael Lacey: https://www.genealogy.math.ndsu.nodak.edu/id.php?id=62509 and https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=CVXnps0AAAAJ&hl=en
At GTU he is a dedicated professor who mentors students who seek him out. He has helped numerous students who are preparing for their doctoral studies. In addition to this, he has also helped many students who have a passion for for math and aren’t necessarily doctoral students. He is known for giving his students an open line of communication for mentorship and questions.
The impact that he has on his students has made him a favorite on the university’s campus. He has a passion for guiding those who are looking for help and plans to keep his drive going. Over the years, Michael Lacey has touched many of his peers and students as well. It appears that he will continue to do so.