Not many scholars like furthering their education in the field of mathematics. However, some of the people who are passionate about mathematics have made this subject to get to the heights it has got to. A lot of discoveries have been made to improve the quality of the mathematics in various learning institutions. Among the few of the greatest mathematicians or math geniuses is Michael Lacey. He was born on 26th September in 1959. The field of mathematics must have known his name in a great way due to the immense contributions he has received courtesy of Lacey.
He is a man who has studied mathematics to its level best. In 1987, he attained his Ph.D. in mathematics from Illinois University under the supervision of Walter Philipp. Lacey was largely involved in the probability studies and projects in this university. When presenting his thesis, most people had problems that needed to be solved mathematically. This prompted Lacey to develop a formula that would help people the mathematical problems they came across. The formula he came up with was found to be quite effective especially in solving mathematical problems related to the Law of Iterated Logarithm.
Lacey has worked in some renowned universities like the North Carolina University and Louisiana State University in different capacities. While at North Carolina University, he did a lot of work on research to see whether the Central Limit Theorem would be proved. He moved to Indiana University from 1989 to 1996 where he got the opportunity to study Bilinear Hilbert Transform. It was the National Science Foundation that sponsored his studies in this institution. Afterward, the National Science Foundation gave Lacey a doctorate fellowship.
His previous made him solve Hilbert Transform comfortably. Within a short time, Lacey has received the Salem Prize for his devotion. Lacey, today, works at the GIT (Georgia Institute of Technology. He has been a professor of mathematics in this institution since 1996. His passion for mathematics had made him work with Xiaochum Li and this saw him earn the Guggenheim Fellowship. Lacey was an active member of the American Mathematical Society in 2012. He has also fully supported the research industry and has given education grants to many people.