Michael Lacey, the Mathematics Scholar

Michael Lacey is known for his knowledge of mathematics. Michael Lacey holds a bachelor of science in mathematics from Texas University. He is also a PhD holder from Illinois University. While at the University his research thesis mesmerized the lecturers hence he was given the name mathematician scholar.

He started his career at Louisiana University as an undergraduate professor. He also worked as a part-time lecturer at North Carolina University. In collaboration with Walter Phillip, a fellow teacher, they gave scientific evidence of the central limit theorem.

Michael Lacey went to work at the University of Indiana. Bilinear Hilbert Transform was the study Michael carried out when he became a member of National Science Fellowship Foundation. Michael Lacey got the Salem Prize in 1996 after Michael solved Alberto Calderon conjure with his fellow lecturer Christoph Thiele. He is currently a mathematics professor at Georgia Institute of Technology. Read more: Mike Lacey | Crunchbase

Michael Lacey has received many honors due to his contribution in the math subject. In 2012 he received an award from Georgia Tech NSF where he was the best advance mentor. He got honoring at Fulbright fellowship in Argentina. He also was recognized as a fellow at the American Mathematical Society. Learn more about Micheal Lacey:  http://www.bizjournals.com/phoenix/potmsearch/detail/submission/6427818/Michael_Lacey

Michael Lacey has also been in short-term positions including Minnesota University as a lecturer, Norway Centre for advanced study, Fields Institute and Crete University among others. He has also had visitations and given lectures for instance in Helsinki University, Fulbright Fellowship and Centro di Georgi Pisa in Italy.

Michael Lacey is a publisher, and he has done books like a Discrete Quadratic Carleson Theorem, Blooms Inequality and an Elementary proof of A2 bound among others.

Michael Lacey gets grants including NSF individual grant, Simons Foundation, High impact award in the form of subsidies, NSF MCTP undergraduate grant and NSF creative Extension grant and much more.

He is a mentor of undergraduates mostly the STEM program. Michael is also a faculty advisor at American Mathematical Society. He also holds other high position in different institutions.

For instance, Michael is part of the school of mathematics hiring board, at salary and awards board Michael Lacey is a member, director of undergraduate education at Georgia Institute among others. He is a speaker and editor on different platforms.