Michael Lacey was born September 26, 1959. Lacey is very educated. He is a very well known mathematician. Lacey attended University of Illinois at Urbana.
He received his Ph.D degree in 1987 from the university. Lacey is an extraordinary problem solver. He has been studying for years.
His first few educational positions took place when he was employed at the Louisiana State University. He also has worked at the University of North Carolina at the Chapel Hill location.
While working at the University of North Carolina, he taught many different theorems that really educated the students.
He also has taught at Indiana University. He worked there was almost ten years. While working at Indiana University, he received many awards for his hard work and dedication as a facility member.
Michael Lacey also teamed up with Alberto Calderon and Christopher Thiele to solve a math problem in which they did complete successfully.
They were all awarded the noble Salem Prize for their hard work. Lacey enjoys to work in groups with different people who has the same passion that he has.
Lacey has been a member of the American Math Society since 2012. He has also been a professor in the math department at Georgia Institute of Technology.
He really enjoys all the wonders of math. He is always very excited to teach his students new information each and every day.
As of today he is still doing what he loves as a professor teaching math to his fellow students. It will be interesting to see what the future holds for Lacey.
Learn more about Michael Lacey: