Michael Lacey has distinguished himself as being one of the most well-respected mathematicians of our time. He was the recipient of a PhD from the University of Illinois-Urbana Champaign and began working at Indiana University from 1989 to 1996. There are a number of things this distinguished professor has been known for. First of all, consider some of the many positions he has taken.
Many individuals realized he was a rising star even when he first published his doctoral thesis, which he elected to do on the area of probability in Banan Spaces. He also solved the problem involving the law of the iterated logarithm in regards to empirical characteristic functions.
He has also presented postdoctoral positions at Louisiana State University and UNC. When he was at UNC he teamed up with his thesis professor, Walter Philipp, and gave a proof of the “almost sure” central limit theorem.
While he was at Indiana University, he began studying the bi linear Hilbert Transform. For many years, this was simply the subject of conjecture for many mathematics professors. However, after Lacey and his associates were able to solve it, their achievement was so well-respected that they received the coveted Salem Prize.
Lacey is now the professor of Mathematics at the Georgia Institute of Technology. After many years of hard work, he had the good fortune to be selected as a fellow with the American Mathematical Society.
Lacey takes a hands on approach with all of his student. He desires to make himself available for all of the up-and-coming mathematicians, simply because of the fact he realizes that he was there once himself. He is proud of the fact that he has mentored many doctoral and postdoctoral students.