Michael Lacey is a renowned and decorated American mathematician who has proven a number of mathematical theories and solved many mathematical problems over the course of his career.
He was born in 1959, and is an alumnus of the University of Illinois where he got his Ph.D. in 1987 with Walter Philipp as his tutor. Most of his work after he received his Ph.D. has been on ergodic theory, harmonic analysis, and probability. His main area of interest is harmonic analysis.
He worked at a number of higher learning institutions after he received his Ph.D. Some of these include the University of North Carolina, Louisiana State University and Indiana University. Read more: Michael Lacey | Wikipedia and Michael Lacey | Mathalliance
Michael Lacey currently works at the Georgia Institute of Technology as a Professor of Mathematics. He has received several fellowships over the years including the National Science Foundation Postdoctoral Fellowship and Guggenheim Fellowship among others.
Together with Walter Philipp, they proved the Central Limit Theorem which is still used in many statistical applications to date. This was during his time at the University of North Carolina. Read more: Michael Lacey | Mathalliance
Michael Lacey also received the Salem Prize for solving the bilinear Hilbert Transform. For this, he was working with Christoph Thiele, and it was, therefore, a joint award. In addition to the numerous awards and fellowships that Michael Lacey has received over the years, he has been an American Mathematical Society fellow since 2012.
Michael Lacey’s work on harmonic analysis and other areas of mathematics has been instrumental in solving several other mathematical problems.
By passing on his knowledge to his students at the Georgia Institute of Technology and all the other institutes of higher learning that he has worked at, he is giving them the ability to solve more complex mathematical problems. Michael Lacey has truly made a great contribution to Mathematics and science in general.