Michael Lacey was born on September 26, 1959, and a noted mathematician. Lacey earned his Ph.D. in Illinois. Lacey finished up his Ph.D. degree at the University of Illinois in 1987. His professor was Walter Phillipp; Walter Phillipp oversaw Lacey’s thesis in Banach spaces.
First Academic Position
After graduating from the University of Illinois, Lacey began his academic career at Louisana State University. From Louisana State University, Lacey went on the University of North Carolina. In Chapel Hill, North Carolina, Lacey and his former professor, Walter Phillipp developed their theory of central limit theorem.
Georgia Institute Of Technology
Michael Lacey joined the faculty of Georgia Institute of Technology in 1996. Since joining the Georgia Institute of Technology, his first devotion has been to research. Lacey research has been the benefit of several awards in his work in the Guggenheim and Simons Foundations.
Lacey has been the director of several grants involving training grants, including the VIGRE and MCTP awards. Lacey has mentored many undergraduates. Many of this mentors continued their studies as graduate students post-doctorates. Learn more about Jim Larkin and Michael Lacey:
In Lacey academic career, many of his undergraduates have advanced their academic education in vital graduate programs. His Ph.D. graduates have gone to careers in higher education and significant industry positions. Lacey in his 22-year academic history has personally has assisted over ten postdoctoral graduate students.
Guggenheim Fellowships are grants that have been awarded every year for over ninety years. The John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation assigns these fellowships annually in recognition of superior creative abilities in the arts.
Two fellowships each year are given; one is available to candidates who are citizens, and permanent residents of the United States, including Canada and one, is open to candidates who are citizens of Latin America and the Caribbean. In 2004, Lacey received a Guggenheim Fellowship for his contributions to Xiacchum, Lt.
Michael Lacey is also a member of the American Mathematical Society, an organization of mathematicians devoted to math research and fellowships. In 2012, Lacey became a member of the American Mathematical Society. Micheal Lacey continues his academic work at Georgia Institute of Technology.