Mr.Michael Thoreau Lacey is an American who was born in September 1959. Michael graduated in the University of Illinois with a PhD in 1987. Michael came up with a theory in Banach spaces on probability. He is famous for solving a problem that was related to laws of the iterated logarithm for functions of empirical characteristic.
Michael has concentrated on areas of harmonic analysis, probability and also the theory of ergodic. Michael started working at the University of North Carolina and the Louisiana State University. With the assistance of Mr.Walter Philipp, Michael Lacey was able to come up with proof of the central limit theorem.
From 1989 to 1996, Lacey worked at Indiana University where he received a Postdoctoral Fellowship, the National Science Foundation. During this time, Michael Lacey decided to study Hilbert transform which is a bilinear transform. The Hilbert transform that Michael studied was a subject of Alberto Calderon’s conjecture at that time.
The Salem Prize was given to Christoph Thiele and Michael Lacey in 1996 after solving the bilinear transform. Michael was able to receive a Guggenheim Fellowship in 2004 for the impressive joint work with Mr.Xiaochun Li.
In the year 2012, Michael Lacey was absorbed in the American Mathematical Society which supports mathematical research in most parts of the world.
The American Mathematical Society is made up of different professional mathematicians who have dedicated their time to carry out mathematical scholarships and research and serves both the national and international communities through publications, advocacy, meetings and different programs.
This society began in the year 1888 as the famous ‘New York Mathematical Society’. The American Mathematical Society is part of the Joint Policy Board for Mathematics and also a member of the renown Conference Board of the Mathematical Sciences. Learn more about Michael Lacey: http://www.laceyandlarkinfronterafund.org/about-lacey-larkin-frontera-fund/michael-lacey/
Mr.Michael Thoreau Lacey is a renown professor of mathematics who studied at Georgia Institute of Technology. He enrolled in the Department of Mathematics in Georgia Institute of Technology and is a citizen of the United States of America with a PhD in Mathematics and numerous awards from different Mathematics organizations in the United States of America and other parts of the world.