Michael Thoreau Lacey is one the few professors in Mathematics that has done much work in the field of Mathematics. In fact, anyone researching probability as a branch of mathematics will hardly fail to come across his well-organized works.
He was born in September 1959 in America and pursued a Ph.D. in Mathematics at the University of Illinois Urbana in 1987. At this age, he is considered one the youngest professor not only in America but globally in the field of mathematics. During his study, he was supervised by Walter Philip who described him as a disciplined scholar.
Considering the vast field of mathematics, Michael was interested in probability and, therefore, went ahead and developed his thesis in probability in Bunch space beside doing other branches of mathematics for leisure.
In this field of study, he looked into various ways of solving problems related to the law of the iterated logarithms for characteristic empirical functions and used it to solve multiple functions.
After the completion of his studies, Michael Lacey did not let the acquired knowledge go to waste. He got attached to some institutions where he lectured mathematical probability.
The documented record shows that between 2001 and 2007, he taught at Georgia Institute of Technology as an associate professor. He again taught at University of North Carolina/Indiana University in the same job group.
Louisiana State University, Chapel Hills other places of work. Considering a high number of the server within the short period, it indicates that Michael worked under minimum supervision. A character that most people should emulate. Read more: Michael Lacey | Wikipedia and Michael Lacey | Mathalliance
Michael Thoreau as determined, industrious scholar who managed to win several awards in mathematics as follows: The latest award called the 2013 American Mathematical society fellow award was won after challenging scholar present. In 2012, he won both Simons Fellow award, as well as Georgia Technology NSF, ADVANCE mentoring award.
He later proved his powers in mathematics. In 2008, Michael Lacey won Full light Fellowship, Buenos Argentina.
In reality, all the awards mentioned above were as a result of encouragement obtained when he won his first prize in the year 1998 in Berlin in Germany. He has also made Presentation to an international congress of Mathematics.
Michael Thoreau was an all-around scholar who did not only won awards but also wrote books in mathematics. An example of his book is An Elementary Professor of the A2 Bound in 2015.
In case of any challenge in Mathematics, this professor is readily available to assist you anytime.