Michael Lacey is an American mathematician who teaches at the Georgia Institute of Technology and received his PhD from University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign in the year of 1987. He joined the staff of Georgia Tech in the year 1996, and holds many publications and an incredibly amount of research in the Mathematical field. Michael Lacey’s achievements have received research support from the National Science Foundation, Salem Prize, Guggenheim Foundation, the Fulbright Foundation, and the Simons Foundation along with other research facilities. Lacey became a fellow of the American Mathematical Society in the year of 2012. He also has a professional history at Indiana University in 1989 until 1996. Lacey is a mentor for Doctoral students, Pre-doctoral students, and still holds research interests in Harmonic Analysis and Probability. Michael Lacey holds a lot of expertise in the field of Pure Mathematics. Many of his students go on to leading graduate programs, and those he has mentored as PhD students go on to academic and industry jobs. His thesis was based on probability and solving a problem related to the law of the iterated logarithm for empirical characteristic functions. He has been involved with areas in the ergoic theory, probability, and harmonic analysis. He has many published paper about his mathematical work online. He has also been seen on Math Alliance as a professional mentor. Lacey had postdoctoral positions at Louisiana State University and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill where he gave a proof with Walter Philipp on the almost sure central limit theorem.