Michael Lacey born September 1959 is an American Mathematician, who has spent his whole life dedicated to Mathematics at the Georgia Institute of technology. Lacey has held his position at the institute since 1996. Apart from being a Mathematician, Lacey has served in a different institute where he served in varying capacity.
Lacey studied Mathematics at the University of Texas at Austin, graduating with a B.S in 1981; in 1987 he decided to further his studies at the University of Illinois where he received a PhD. in mathematics. All of this he credits to a man by the named Walter Philips for helping him in all his studies.
He was first hired as an assistant professor at the Louisiana state university in Baton. He worked from 1987-1988. Later on, Lacey moved to the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. He moved to different colleges while working as an assistant professor.
Michael majors mainly in probability, ergodic theory, and harmonic analysis.
Awards and Achievements.
As an established and recognized mathematician Lacey has managed to receive several awards and in recognition of this expertise. Lacey has received several awards including the National Science Foundation’s Postdoctoral Fellowship. He received this award while at Bloomington.
In conjunction with Walter, Philip Lacey came up with central limit theory. Though in his life the most precious and important achievement in his life was receiving the Prix Salem Award while working with his colleague Christopher Thiele after they were both able to solves Alberto Calderon’s conjecture. Learn more about Madison Street Capital: https://www.math.gatech.edu/people/michael-lacey
He has also received other award in his career, these are awards like the Guggenheim Fellow, NSF-ADVANCE mentoring award, Simons Fellow Award, the Georgia Tech and American Mathematical Society Fellow.
He is also a member of Mathematics genealogy project; the mission of this club is collecting information that will later help in the development of research.
According to recent research, it is a fact to say that Lacey around individuals that he is helping join the Geneology Mathematics Project. On his part-time Lacey mentors undergraduate in the Stem program.
He is also the faculty advisor at the American Mathematical Society. He has proved to be a jack of all trades and his work earn him recognition due to his hard work and mentorship qualities. Last but not least he has published several books.
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