Michael Thoreau Lacey

Michael Thoreau Lacey is a renown mathematician that currently teaches as a full professor at the Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta, Georgia.

Michael was born on September 26, 1959. In 1981, Lacey would graduate with a Bachelor of Science degree at the University of Texas and received his Doctor of Philosophy degree from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign in 1987.

The famous Austrian mathematician, Walter Philipp was his professor during his enrollment at Urbana-Champaign. Michael Lacey was very interested in puzzles and anything that had to do with problem solving, especially anything involving the law of iterated algorithms. Walter Philipp served as Lacey’s project supervisor and volunteered to help him complete his very first thesis that involved the Banach Spaces Probability.

Banach Space is a finished normed vector space with a metric that allows computation of the vector’s length and the full distance between the vectors. Walter guided Lacey so that this project would be successfully completed in the right order.

Over the years Michael Lacey would be respectively employed as an assistant professor at many institutions. He secured his first job position as an assistant professor at the Louisiana State University, this went on from 1987 to 1988.

Shortly after that, Michael transferred to the University of North Carolina to work under the same profession. Between his role as a professor in the US, Lacey would travel to Europe to become a visiting professor at places like Finland’s Helsinki University and Sweden’s Wallenberg Fellow.

He moved to Bloomington, Indiana and was hired as the assistant professor at the Indiana University from 1989 to 1996. When Lacey worked as an assistant professor at the Indiana University, he received a National Science Foundation Postdoctoral Fellowship award and recognition.

He would also start his studies of the bilinear Hilbert Transform while he worked at Indiana State. Read more: Michael Lacey | Mathalliance

Working alongside Christoph Thiele in 1996, they both would receive the Prix Salem Prize award for their achievement in proofing the Hilbert Transform. He was awarded the Georgia Tech NSF-ADVANCE Mentoring Award in 2008. Lacey was also honored with the Simons Fellow Award during the year of 2012.

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Hussain Sajwani: CEO of DAMAC Properties and Dedicated Philanthropist

Hussain Sajwani is the founder and CEO of DAMAC Properties and lives a life full of hard work and dedication in Dubai with his 4 children and loving wife. He is a supporter of charitable causes and has donated large amounts of his money and personal time to causes that help children and refugees all over the world. One of the organizations he has supported is the Emirates Red Crescent, which is a group that helps deprived children all over the world who have been hit by harsh weather conditions. With donations of AED 2 million, Sajwani has helped clothe a million children and has given hope to so many more. His donation of $272,000 to the “Yemen We Care” campaign helped provide basic healthcare, relief, and education to millions of Yemeni refugees.

Hussain Sajwani has built the DAMAC Group up so that it now has 2,000 employees. His company has built over 17,900 homes, and the luxury golf course communities DAMAC builds are unparalleled offer people high-end, high-rise apartment building accommodations. The golf courses in these lovely properties are managed and maintained by Donald Trump and The Trump Organization and, in fact, his two sons Eric Trump and Donald Trump jr. were present as guests of Sajwani’s for the grand opening ceremony of the Trump International Golf Club Dubai at DAMAC Hills.

DAMAC Properties has won numerous awards, thanks to Hussain Sajwani family, and some of these include Best Residential High-Rise Development (Al Jawharah), Best Interior Design Apartment (DAMAC Residences), Best PR Company, Best Developer Website, Best Hotel Interior for Paramount Tower & Residences, Best Golf Course Development for the Tiger Woods Design golf course at AKOYA Oxygen, and Top Real Estate Companies in the Arab World 2016 – Forbes Middle East.

Hussain Sajwani received his Bachelor’s degree in industrial engineering and economics from the University of Washington, Seattle, and believes that education is the foundation on which success is built. He hopes that his children will follow in his footsteps and aspires to pass on his morals and ethical values to them. In his spare time he enjoys learning more about design and architecture.

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