Michael Lacey’s achievements in the mathematics world

Michael Lacey being born on 26 September 1959 is a Ph.D. holder in mathematics attained at the University of Illinois in 1987.Michael, who is well known as Michael Thoreau Lacey, is 58-year-0ld American mathematician, born in the year 1959 on September 29.

In 1987 in Abilene, Texas in the United States. Under the directorship of Mr. Walter Phillip, he received his Ph.D. from Illinois University. His field of work was on Probability, but he also solved a mathematical concept based on the law of the iterated logarithm under the topic ‘empirical characteristic functions.’

In the recent years, his work has been based on probability, ergodic theory and most especially the Harmonic analysis. Read more: Michael Lacey | Wikipedia and Michael Lacey |Math Alliance

After working at the University of Louisiana, Mr. Lacey transferred to the University of North Carolina where he was also acknowledged by a couple of post-doctorate positions, and also where he worked with me Phillip to come up with their undisputable central limit theorem proof.

Mr. Lacey received a National science foundation, post-doctoral fellowship while working at the Indiana University from the year 1989 to 1996.
During the association, he started a study about the bilinear Hilbert transform, which was a subject of conjecture by Alberto Caldero, where he and Christophe Thiele were awarded the Salem prize for solving it, in the year 1996.

Mr. Michael Lacey has been a professor of mathematics since 1996, at the Georgia Institute of technology up to now.
Due to his joint work with xiaochun Li, he received a Guggenheim fellowship in 2004.

He became a member of the American mathematical society in the year 2012. He has participated in the mentoring of more than ten post-doctorates. Under his leadership as the director of training grants such as the MCTP and VIAGRA, hundreds of graduate students, post-doctorates, and undergraduate students have received support and have completed their studies.

Mr. Lacey has also successfully handled many undergraduates who are leading with graduate programs by mentoring and advising a majority of them. He is also proud of his Ph.D. students who are now leading successful industry and academic jobs.

Mr. Lacey has written a book known as “On the conjecture of EM Stein on the Hilbert Transform on Vector.”

Frontera Fund Fights Against Sheriff Joe Arpaio

In yet another assault on the rights of innocent Americans, Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio orchestrated the arrest of two Village Voice Media executives after they wrote an a scathing article about the Sheriff in the the Phoenix New Times.

Mike Lacey and Jim Larkin were rounded up by Arpaio’s deputies and taken to separate jails where they were booked later that evening.

Arpaio, who dubs himself “America’s Toughest Sheriff,” has a long history of exacting vengeance upon those who challenge him. Both men have written exposes in the Village Times News regarding Arpaio’s illegal activities, which don’t stop at racist, fear-mongering against Mexican Americans and mismanagement at his jail.

While Arpaio’s cronies have defended him by portraying him as a harmless offbeat character, Lacey and Larkin have launched a full on assault exposing Arpaio’s misdeeds, which are extensive.

Arpaio’s questionable behavior includes unhealthy prison conditions; inmate mistreatment; systematic persecution; racial profiling and unconstitutional detentions.

Both men exposed in the Phoenix New Times, how Arpaio, along with his lackey’s in the Attorney General’s Office continually harassed writers, editors and even readers by issuing subpoenas to gain their IP addresses and browsing history.

Lacey and Larkin were both released in under 24 hours after the story went national.

Lacy and Larkin’s illegal detention was noted in 2012 by the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals as the following: “It is hard to conceive of a more direct assault on the First Amendment than public officials ordering the immediate arrests of their critics. And, in this case, there was nothing subtle about their efforts to stifle the New Times.”

It was also noted that due to the prosecutors sidestepping of required legalities, the subpoenas were illegal.

In the end, the men won a $3.7 million judgement against the Maricopa Arizona Sheriff’s Office.

Lacey and Larkin used the funds to promote the Frontera Fund, an initiative to help fight against the abuses perpetrated against Mexican Americans.

“Joe Arpaio mistreated and profiled Mexicans and other people of color. He also helped foster an atmosphere of fear against these people.”