Mathematician Michael Thoreau Lacey has been teaching math for decades. Over the course of his career, Michael Thoreau Lacey has worked at dozens of academic institutions.
Michael Thoreau Lacey received his higher education under Water Philipp and acquired his Ph. D. in 1987 from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. The thesis that Prof. Michael Thoreau Lacey presented was about the Banach spaces in the area of probability.
The argument solved a problem which had to do with a couple of mathematical laws. Some of the areas that were included in the thesis were probability, harmonic analysis as well as ergodic theory.
After that, Prof. Michael Thoreau Lacey took up a position at the Louisiana State University. He was also appointed to the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
While Prof. Michael Thoreau Lacey was working at the University of North Carolina, he and Prof. Walter Philip were collaborating on research and provided the community with proof in regard to the central limit theorem which is considered to be correct by almost all authorities.
Between 1989 and 1996, Prof. Michael Thoreau Lacey held a position at the Indiana University. Those seven years at the Indiana University were also a good period n the career of Prof. Michael Thoreau Lacey. He was recognized on a number of occasions. Prof. Michael Thoreau Lacey received a Postdoctoral fellowship at the National Science Foundation.
Over the course of the fellowship, Prof. Michael Thoreau Lacey put a start to his studies of the Hilbert transform – a bilinear theory. After Prof. Michael Thoreau Lacey had completed those studies together with Christoph Thiele, the two mathematicians received a coveted award for their efforts and accomplishments – the Salem Prize. The award ceremony took place in 1996.
After his seven years at the Indiana University, Prof. Michael Thoreau Lacey moved on to take up a position at the Georgia Institute of technology in 1996. Prof. Michael Lacey started occupying the position of Professor of Mathematics.
In 2004, Prof. Michael Thoreau Lacey received another fellowship which was a Guggenheim Fellowship. Prof. Michael Thoreau Lacey had the honor of working with the renowned Xiaochun Li and collaborate on projects and studies.
The latest significant development in the career of Prof. Michael Thoreau Lacey took place in 2012 when he was appointed as a fellow of the renowned American mathematical Asociation.
Over the course of his highly successful career, Prof. Michael Thoreau Lacey has become recognized in the mathematical community on an international level. Prof. Michael Lacey has been working diligently over the course of his career, and he has produced more than a few dozen papers in regard to studies that e has been a part of as well as other thesis.
The papers that Prof. Michael has written are available online. the most recent publication was made in 2002. Currently, Prof. Michael Thoreau Lacey is still teaching mathematics at the Georgia Institute of Technology. His students have been happy with his teaching methods, and Prof. Michael Thoreau Lacey has inspired many.