An American Mathematician Michael Thoreau Lacey was born on 26th September 1959, and he did his graduate degree and Ph.D. from the Urbana-Champaign University of Illinois in 1987.
Lacey was under instructions, mentorship, and directions of the renowned Walter Philipp. Lacey did his thesis which covered the niche of Banach spaces probability.
Additionally, he boasts of solving iterated logarithm law for the characteristic empirical functions. In the superseding years, Lacey has tackled areas of ergodic hypothesis, probability, and the primary one harmonic study. Learn more about Jim Larkin: https://www.math.gatech.edu/people/michael-lacey and https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=CVXnps0AAAAJ&hl=en
Michael Lacey first position for his postdoctoral was at Chapel Hill North Carolina University and University of Louisiana state. It was during his time at the North Carolina University that he teamed up with his mentor Walter Philip and produced the much awaited Central Limit theorem proof.
From the year 1989 to 1996 Lacey held a mathematician position at the Indiana University, and while working there, he got an offer for a postdoctoral fellowship with National Science Foundation.
While he worked at the Fellowship Lacey kept himself updated with Hilbert Transform a distinctive learning of the bilinear. Read more: Michael Lacey | Wikipedia
The niche of transform during that era was an assumption of Alberto Calderon, and later Christoph Thiele and Lacey solved the transform in 1996. The settling of the transform led to these two mathematicians winning the Salem Prize.
Michael Lacey engaged fully in teaching and become a professor of mathematics, and since 1996 he has worked for Georgia Institute of Technology.
Lacey later received a Guggenheim fellowship to work together with Xiaochun Li and in the year 2012 the American Mathematical Society made him a bonafide member.
Michael Lacey is an author of various books like the Transform on Vector Fields; Stein on the Hilbert and lots of articles about physics and mathematics. His students have earned multiple recognitions in different disciplines in the world.