Michael Lacey is a prominent mathematician who currently holds the position of professor at the Georgia Institute of Technology. Professor Lacey is the recipient of numerous awards in the field of mathematics and mathematical theory.
Michael Lacey began his career at the University of Texas where he received a bachelors in science in 1981. From there, Michael Lacey moved on to complete his Ph.D work at the University of Illinois in 1987 under the mentorship of Walter Philipp.
Upon the completion of his doctoral studies, Michael Lacey took up his first teaching position at the University of North Carolina. He remained in that position until 1989 when he moved on to Indiana University. In 1996, Professor Lacey began his association with the Georgia Institute of Technology becoming a full professor in 2001. Read more: Michael Lacey | GAtech and Michael Lacey | Wikipedia
Professor Lacey has received a number of prestigious awards for his contributions to mathematics. In 1997, he was awarded the Prix Salem. In 2004, Professor Lacey was named as a Guggenheim Fellow.
A maximum of four mathematicians receive this recognition each year. In 2013, Professor Lacey was named an American Mathematical Society Fellow. He received this recognition due to his mathematical discoveries and his distinguished career as a professor. Learn more about Michael Lacey: http://nyjm.albany.edu/j/2017/23-8.html
Professor Lacey has published a number of highly-regarded articles in journals dedicated to mathematical theory. Professor Lacey’s work has appeared in publications such as the Journal of Analytical Mathematics and the Journal of the London Mathematical Society.
Many areas of mathematics are of interest to the professor. He is currently working on issues in probability theory. In the past, Professor Lacey has investigated the central limit theorem and the Hilbert transform.
In addition to his research activities, Professor Lacey is actively engaged in teaching and mentoring students. He has served as a mentor to ten postdoctoral students, and many of his doctoral students have gone on to become professors at prestigious educational institutions.