Michael Lacey: A successful Mathematician

Michael Thoreau Lacey is a successful American mathematician. He majors in probability theories and harmonic analysis. Lacey was born on 25th September 1959. He acquired his Ph.D. in 1987 from the University of Illinois that is located in Urbana-Champaign. Walter Phillip oversaw his course.

Lacey completed his probability thesis in Banach Spaces. Michael Thoreau Lacey solved an iterated logarithm problem relating to empirical characteristic functions. He later improved his work over the years to touch on ergodic theory, probability and harmonic analysis.  Learn more about Michael Lacey: http://www.bizjournals.com/phoenix/potmsearch/detail/submission/6427818/Michael_Lacey

His employment at the University of North Carolina and Louisiana State University were among his first postdoctoral positions. He worked at these Universities while living at Chapel Hill. Lacey collaborated with Walter Phillip to proof the central limit theory.

Michael Thoreau Lacey also worked at Indiana University in 1989 to 1996. He received a postdoctoral fellowship in a National Science Foundation while holding a position at the University. The mathematician began studying the bilinear Hilbert Transform. The transform study occurred when the subject of conjecture was under study.

Michael Lacey and Christoph Thiele solved Alberto Calderon`s conjecture subject in 1996. The two mathematicians were awarded the Salem Prize because of their breakthrough. They also came up with new phase analysis methods. Lacey invented a new proof of Lennart Carleson theorem that involved point-by-point convergence.

Lacey has worked as a mathematics professor at the Georgia Institute of Technology. Lacey has been successful in his career. He was awarded a Guggenheim Fellowship in 2004.

The fellowship was a result of his association with Xiaochun Li. Michael Thoreau Lacey was officially included in the American Mathematical Society.

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