Michael Lacey

Born on September 26, 1959, American mathematician, Michael Thoreau Lacey received his Ph.D. in 1987 from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign under Walter Philipp. Read more: Michael Lacey | Wikipedia and Michael Lacey | GAtech

Michael based his thesis on the area of probability in Banach spaces.

During his study, he was able to solve an issue that is closely related to the law of iterated probability for empirical characteristics functions.


Michael has taught at Indiana University from 1989 to 1996. During his time at Indiana University, he received the National Science Foundation Post-doctoral Fellowship. Michael then began to study the bilinear Hilbert transform while he was doing his fellowship.

His work has ventured to probability, harmonic analysis, and ergodic theory. He worked at the University of North Carolina, and Louisiana State University. At UNC, Michael and Walter Philipp presented their evidence of almost sure central limit theorem.

Michael then moved to Georgia tech faculty where he has been a faculty member since 1996. He is an expert in pure mathematics, and mentors doctoral and post-doctoral students.

Michael has been the director of several training grants such as MCTP and VIGRE awards from National Science Foundation (NSF). These grants have been of great assistance to several undergraduates, doctoral and post-doctoral students.

The postdoc students he has adviced during his time at George Tech in the math department have gone ahead and got jobs in the academic and industrial fields. There have been more than ten postdoc students he has mentored.

Michael has published more than 100 journals such as Fourier Analysis and Applications, Annals of Mathematics, Journal d’Analyse Mathematique, Hokkaido Math, and more.

Michael’s work has been published in different languages, and this has given him an edge in his field, as it has made a well-known mathematician. Michael is an accomplished mathematician with a broad scope of knowledge.


Michael and Christoph Thiele solved the bilinear Hilbert transform in 1996, which had been a subject to speculation by Alberto Calderon.

The two, later on, received the Salem Prize for their work on bilinear Hilbert transform. For his work with Xiaochun Li, he received a Guggenheim Fellowship in 2004.

The Academy of Art Continues to Create the Future of Fashion.

Fashionistas everywhere look to the New York Fashion Week to get the latest in fashion trends and the clothing designers from San Francisco Academy of Art once again brought in a range of unique looks and styles to runway at the Skylight Clarkson Square on September 9, 2017.

With multicultural influences, the designers from the Academy of Art created an impressive five women’s and two men’s lines, each as unique as the designers themselves.The varied materials of PVC, vinyl and fused fabrics, MFA designer Hailun Zou created a line that was bold and futuristic, while MFA designer Eden Slezin incorporated organic denims and created an appealing and sustainable look. The soft, feminine line created by MFA Dina Marie Lam and the richly embroidered designs of MFA Carlos Rodrigues contributed clothing that was richly luxurious. MFA Saya Shin’s look was inspired by the beauty of fluidity of nature, while MFA Jelly Shan paid homage to NW China’s religious elements. MFA Joanna Jadallah created her line with a touch and feel of Palestine and Cana Klebanoff contributed a line paying homage to the mythology of the Samurai. MFA Ryan Yu’s contrasting look of light and darkness rounded out the Academy of Art 2017 show.

The Academy of Art founded by Richard S. Stephens in 1929 has been an actively involved in the NYFW since 2005 and the designers from the academy have consistently made an impact with their personalized clothing lines.

Current academy president, Elisa Stephens increased the Academy of Art presence and promoted the academy’s strong influence upon the arts of all disciplines. Currently offering associates, bachelor and master degrees in many artistic disciplines, the accredited Academy of Arts has become one of the premier centers for art and design.

Looking toward the future of clothing design, the Academy of Arts will be one of the leading contributors of the fashion world.

The Wessex Institute of Technology: Advancing People in the Scientific World

The Wessex Institute of Technology (also known as Wessex Institute or WIT) , located in New Forest National Park in England, offers a wide variety of courses that aims to connect people with the scientific and engineering industries.

Scholars can select from customary courses such as “System Dynamics Modeling for Water Resources Management” and “Spatial Target Mapping for Hazard Prediction and Risk Assessment”, or choose a shorter course that would suit their personal time schedule such as “Short Course on Security System Integration” and “Short Course on Circular Economy”. In addition, several special workshops and seminars are also offered to those who want to expand on their knowledge and skill.

Whether one is interested in completing a graduate program or desiring to be involved in specialist research, the Wessex Institute of Technology provides the ideal learning and hands-on environment to help one achieve their educational and professional goals.

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