The mention of the word Mathematics simply brings a chill to most people. However, scholars like Michael Lacey, a mathematician proves the notion wrong and instill hope into the lives of many people. Since the year 1996, Michael has been tutoring the subject at the reputable Georgia Institute of Technology. Mr. Lacey has also served in different positions around the world where he has been of great impact to people from all walks of life such as the University of Minnesota, Helsinki University, Center for Advanced Study, and Wallenberg Fellow in Lund among others.


Michael Lacey commenced his career where he served as an assistant professor at the renowned Louisiana University which is located in the heart of Baton Rouge, a position he held for one year. Michael has also served at both the Indiana University and the University of North Carolina in the same position as assistant professor. Michael Lacey has majored in areas related to harmonic analysis, ergodic theory, and probability. Throughout his career, Michael has been honored with several awards for his outstanding performance and expertise. Some of the awards include the sought-after Prix Salem mathematical award together with Mr. Thiele, the National Science Foundation Postdoctoral Fellowship award, the Guggenheim Fellow award, the American Mathematical Society Fellow award, the Simons Fellow award, and the Georgia Tech NSF-ADVANCE Mentoring award.


About Michael Lacey


Michael Lacey was born in the year 1959. He later enrolled at the reputable University of Texas located in Austin where he majored in mathematics and graduated in the year 1981. Michael Lacey later joined the University of Illinois and was honored with a Ph.D. in Mathematics. Michael attributes his Ph.D. success to Walter Philipp for holding his hand throughout the course. Interesting to note, the admirable Michael Lacey has always had a soft spot for solving puzzles that are affiliated with iterated logarithm. Nonetheless, his thesis majored on Banach spaces.


Michael Lacey is not only a mathematician but also takes part in various talks, research projects and is a great source of inspiration to many students around the globe. He has helped students to embrace and understand the subject in a better way.

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