On 26th September 1959, a mathematical intellect Michael was born. Michael is an outstanding American Mathematician; he received his B.S in 1981 from the University of Texas, Austin. Later on, he received his Ph.D. in 1987 from the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign.
His career and achievements.
In 1987, he started his career journey and worked as an assistant professor at Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge. In 1988 he worked as the Assistant Professor, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill.
In 1989 Michael Lacey was the Assistant Professor, Indiana University, Bloomington, in 1996 Michael worked with Christoph Thiele, the two examined bilinear Hilbert transformation and managed to solve the transformation in 1996. This achievement won them an award the Salem Prize. In 1998 he became the Associate Professor, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, and in 2001 Full Professor, Georgia Institute of Technology. Read more: Michael Lacey | Mathalliance
Due to his exceptional work and commitment Michael Lacey has received several grants, in 2015 he received an Australian Research Council grant, in 2012 he received an NSF individual grant worth $312 000.
More awards that Michael has received are; in 2004 he received the Guggenheim Fellow award, in 2008 Fulbright Fellowship, Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Four years later in 2012, he received the Georgia Tech Mentoring Award, the most recent award was in 2013, where he was honored and made a member of the American Mathematical Society.
Michael Lacey has made considerable steps in his career and has published over 100 research papers. He is a mentor to many undergraduate students, and his work has continued to assist other students globally.
Michael also takes up short-term positions in other universities like the University of Minnesota where he mentors more students as well as sharpen his skills.
Michael has also worked as an editor of the Journal of Geometric Analysis and is a teacher ready to propel mathematics to another level and ensure more students enjoy and understand the subject.