Michael Lacey was born in 1959, and he has contributed a lot in the field of mathematics. He attended the University of Illinois in 1987 and earned Ph.D. While he was in the university pursuing his course, he got involved to lots of studies in probability. Lacey had good interactions with his supervisor Walter Phillip and was assisted to come with the formula which was used to solve the mathematical problem that was a significant challenge to people during his thesis presentation. The formula applied to the thesis that he presented since it revolved around the law of iterated logarithm. His interest was in probability, and this made him study a lot in that area to gain more understanding.
After the graduation, he served at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. While he was working at this university, he had opportunities to research to provide evidence for the Central Limit Theorem.
Also, while Michael Lacey was serving at the Indiana University, he was able to study the Bilinear Hilbert Transform. The study was facilitated by the National Science Foundation through sponsorship and was able to earn postdoctoral fellowship. Through the achievements that he had, there were no challenges to him in solving Hilbert Transform.
The legacy and achievements of Michael Lacey made him become a mathematics professor at Georgia Institute of Technology since 1996. More are the awards and prizes won from the excellent work that he has portrayed throughout his career. Those people that have worked with Michael Lacey attests positively about him and how flexible he is in his teaching and more so in solving mathematics. He provides the needed support to whoever approached him for assistance they could get their mathematical problems solved.
Not only have the students that seek his services benefited but also some of the renowned scholars with mathematical problems benefited greatly from Michael Lacey. Since Lacey has a significant passion towards mathematics, he ensures that the mathematics is embraced in the society by offering grants and needed support to ensure that research carried out in mathematics are successful. Mathematics has been made easier with the help of Michael Lacey.