Michael Lacey is a renowned American mathematician. He has extensively worked as a mathematics professor in many Universities. Born in 1987, Michael Lacey has focused on harmonic analysis, ergodic theory as well as probabilities.
Michael Lacey has done a lot of publications, attended lots of colloquia and received many honors. Currently, he is working at Georgia Institute of Technology as a full professor.
In 1981, Michael Lacey attained his undergraduate B.S. degree from the University of Texas, Austin. For his doctorate, Michael attended the University of Illinois, Urbana Champaign. For his Ph.D. thesis, Michael worked in Banach spaces under probability and resolved an empirical characteristics functions problem.
In 1987, Michael Lacey began his career at the Louisiana State University as an Assistant Professor in mathematics. He shifted to the University of North Carolina in 1988 before moving to Indiana University. In 1996, Michael joined Georgia Institute of technology, Atlanta as an Associate Professor. From 2001, Michael was confirmed as a full professor in mathematics.
Publications and Colloquia
In his career, Michael Lacey has participated in publishing over 100 papers. Most notable is ‘A Discrete Quadratic Carleson Theorem,’ ‘On entropy bumps for Calderon-Zygmund operators’, and ‘An elementary proof of the A2’ in 2015. Also, he did ‘Two weight norm inequalities for the g function’ and ‘The perfect local Tb Theorem’ in 2014.
Michael has participated in many scholarly conferences around the world. For example, in 2015, he addressed a plenary on Frontiers of Singular Integrals Helsinki at American Institute of Mathematics. Read more: Michael Lacey | Wikipedia
Also, he addressed a colloquium on mathematics at Universities in Sweden, Minnesota and South Carolina.
In 2004, Michael became a Guggenheim fellow. In 2008 at Buenos Aires, Argentina, Lacey received the Fulbright Fellowship and Simon’s fellow in 2012.
He won the Georgia Tech NSF-ADVANCE Mentoring Award in 2012 and An American Mathematics Society Fellow in 2013.