Michael Lacey is a Mathematician who received his PHD from the University of Illinois. Michael Lacey received his PHD under the direction of Walter Phillip. Michael Lacey wrote a detailed thesis which was directly related to “Probability”.
Michael Lacey held his first post-doctoral position at the Louisiana State University. Once Michael Lacey completed his first post-doctoral position at Louisiana State University he began his second post-doctoral position at the University of North Carolina.
In 1989, Michael Lacey held an important position at Indiana University. His position enabled him to qualify for a National Science Foundation Post-Doctoral Fellowship.
Michael Lacey did receive his Post-Doctoral Fellowship from Indiana University. Once Lacey received the Fellowship he began an intensive study of Bi-linear Transform. Read more: Mike Lacey | Crunchbase and Michael Lacey | About.me
Michael Lacey’s study of Bi-linear Transform he was awarded the “Salem Prize” in 1996. The “Salem Prize” was quite an accomplishment for Michael Lacey.
Michael Lacey received this prestigious award with the help of Albert Calderon. Albert Calderon supplied Lacey with information about “Transform” which at the time was a subject of a conjecture.
Later Success & Achievements:
Michael Lacey went on to accept a position as Professor of the Mathematics Department at Georgia Institute of Technology in the mid 1990’s. In 2004, Lacey received another Fellowship called the Guggenheim Fellowship.
Possibly Lacey’s biggest accomplishment came in 2012. Michael Lacey became a fellow of the American Mathematical Society which without a doubt established Lacey as a “True” Mathematician.