Michael Lacey, the Modern Day Pythagoras

It is always easy to count numerical values from zero to a hundred. However, the hard part comes when you are told to add, multiply, divide, and even subtract numbers. People that have undergone formal education are the ones that can only appreciate how complex Mathematics is, individuals like Michael Thoreau Lacey.

Michael Lacey was born in 1959, but fifty-eight years later, he continues to inspire the world with his unique talent and abilities. Born in America, Michael Lacey has proven in more ways than one that he got created to outshine the Greek Mathematician, Pythagoras.

In his lifetime, Lacey has pursued greatness, and he currently holds a Ph.D. he acquired from the University of Illinois- Urbana Champaign.

Thoreau is also the proud holder of a Bachelor of Science degree obtained from the University of Texas back in 1981. Through time, Michael Lacey has been able to inspire both young and old people, instilling his diverse knowledge of Mathematics in them.

As a man highly qualified in the discipline of Arithmetic’s, he has been able to find meaning employment between 1987 to date in institutions like the Louisiana State University, the University of North Carolina, Indiana University, and the Georgia Institute of Technology as an associate as well as a full professor.

Also, Michael Lacey has been able to hold many short-term and visiting positions between 1995 and 2015 in institutions like the University of Minnesota, Helsinki University, University of Crete, the University of British Columbia, University of Francois Rabelais, and the Universite d’Paris-Sud among many others.

Apart from teaching, Michael Lacey has helped author a lot of learning materials over the years, publications like ‘On entropy bumps for Calderon- Zygmund operators, and An elementary proof of the A2 Bound. Others include Two Weight Inequalities for Riesz Transforms and The solution of the Kato problem for divergence form elliptic operators with Gaussian heat kernel bounds.’

In totality, Thoreau has done more than a hundred publications, a sign of his authority in Mathematics. Over the years, Michael has developed a profound interest in editing holding a position as the Harmonic Analysis Editor for the American Mathematical Society between 2005 and 2011. Read more: Michael Lacey | Wikipedia

As a man created to inspire the world, he has mentored students to greatness. Apart from feeding learners with the right tools to excel in Mathematics, he has single-handedly instilled in them the kind of discipline required to succeed in life.

To this end, the world has taken note of his devotion to academia gifting him with the Georgia Tech NSF-ADVANCE Mentoring Award and honoring Lacey as the American Mathematical Society Fellow, NSF Postdoctoral Fellow, Simons Fellow, and the Guggenheim Fellow.

Other accolades bestowed on Michael Lacey include the Prix Salem, the 45 Minute address- International Congress of Mathematicians, and the Fulbright Fellowship.

By devoting his life to Mathematics and other related disciplines, Michael Lacey has helped create theories that make arithmetic look like a walk in the park. Above all, Lacey’s new concepts have contributed to solidifying the industrial sector, as it is the modern day engineers that find complex algorithms useful.

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