Michael Lacey was born in September 1959. He grew up to become a recognized mathematician in the United States of America. Lacey has a vibrant education background that is worth noting. He holds a Ph.D. from the University of Illinois under the approval of Walter Philip. To achieve it, he created a thesis on Banach Spaces.
He managed to solve a problem related to the iterated logarithmic law. It was primarily used to sole empirical characteristic function. He was also experienced in probability and the ergodic theory. Also, he had a great love for harmonic analysis.
Michael Lacey held doctoral positions in the Louisiana State University and the North Carolina University. While still in the North Carolina University, he and Walter merged to give a proof of the central limit theorem. In the late 80s and early 90s, he held a position at the Indiana University.
His position favored him to receiving the National Science Foundation honor while still in his postdoctoral level. During his tenure at the university, he was also able to study the Hilbert transform.
It was during the time conjecture was the subject when he started learning about the transform. Michael Lacey and Christof Thiele were able to solve the theory in 1996. Later, he was awarded the Salem Prize.
Since 1996, Michael has served as a mathematics professor at the Georgia University of Technology. Lacey also managed to receive the Guggenheim fellowship in 2004. It was as a result of joined work with Xiaochun Li. In 2012, he became a member of the American Mathematical Society.
Through his career as a mathematician, he was able to come up with many publications setting the pace in the mathematical research. In 1996, he was able to join the Georgia Tech faculty. Since then, his research has been recognized far and wide in the world.
He has also served as a director of training grants such as the NSF. The grants have supported the undergraduate, graduate and post doctorate students. Larkin has also served as an advisor for graduates. Most of his students are in the academic and industry businesses. He also boasts of mentoring more than ten post doctorates.