Michael Lacey prominence in the field of mathematics

Michael Lacey has made a great name for himself in the scholarly world. He is considered one of the brilliant minds in the field of mathematics. He has been involved in various capacities trying to advance the mathematics study to new levels.
Through his lecturer, Walter Philip, Lacey graduated with a Ph.D. IN 1987 from the University of Illinois situated in Urbana Champaign. His doctorate thesis was based on the probability under Banach spaces a mathematical function regarded vector space’s Complete normed of vector space. Later on in his math career, lacey shifted his studies and research to probability, harmonic analysis, and ergodic theory.
After receiving his doctorate degree, he joined the University of North Carolina that was based in Chapel Hill and also Louisiana state university. His during his time at the University of North Carolina, he together with Philip managed to solve a mathematical function that proved an almost perfect central limit theorem. The theorem is nowadays used in solving probability problems.
He received a postdoctoral fellowship from a government-owned firm, National science foundation while he was employed at Indiana University. The foundation offers support to students and researchers in several fields including mathematics and social sciences.
Currently, Michael Lacey works as a mathematics professor at the Georgia Institute of Technology. He is also a fellow at the American mathematical society where he contributes to helping improve mathematics and all research carried out within the field.
He was awarded the Salem prize for solving Bilinear Hilbert transform a study that was earlier being done by Alberto Calderon but which he did not finish.