The academic sector of mathematics has always been one which has a great effect on the lives of people across the globe with the use of math expanding even further with the development of new technologies and the “Internet of Things”. Professor Michael Lacey has become a respected figure in the math sector through his many awards and the ability to push the boundaries of sectors he has been interested in as the Georgia Tech mathematics expert has solved many well-known issues.
Michael Lacey has been developing a career as a popular mentor for students from across the world who are looking to explore the areas of interest for the former professor at Indiana University. In the course of his career, Lacey has focused on a range of areas of interest from probability to harmonic analysis and the impressive area of ergodic theory; as a mentor, Michael Lacey is looking to develop the skills of graduate and doctorate students who are willing to work with the Professor to further their own goals and ambitions. After working with a large number of math students, Professor Lacey has assisted experts in the fields of academia and various sectors of industry which have been expanding in recent years.
After exploring the bilinear Hilbert Transform during his time at Indiana University the first of many awards and prizes began to roll into the lap of Michael Lacey. One of the first awards he received was from the National Science Foundation who provided Lacey with a Postdoctoral Fellowship and was followed by the Salem Prize for his work in the same area. As his career has moved forward, Michael Lacey has also been awarded a range of other awards including the respected Guggenheim Fellowship and a Fellowship of the American Mathematical Society.