Michael Thoreau Lacey is the current Chief Executive Officer of Digineer, Inc. He is also the founder of the company. Mr. Michael Lacey records over sixty percent development of Digineer, Inc. every single year for 4 years. He was recognized as one of the Winning Workplaces’ Best Bosses by Fortune Small Business in 2006.
Mr. Michael Lacey has also been named in the list of leading business executives who are under forty years of age called the Twin Cities Business Journal’s “40 under 40”.
Moreover, Michael Thoreau Lacey was also in the team of finalists who were awarded Emerging Leadership award in 2007 for the Minnesota High Tech Association. Due to the development strategy of Digineer, Inc. in 2006, Mr. Michael Lacey was named the Business Builder of the Year, as was described in Upsize Magazine. Read more: Michael Lacey | About.me and Mike Lacey | Crunchbase
Prior to starting Digineer, Mr. Michael Lacey’s experience includes director of several senior level positions, and a senior project manager at different Fortune 500 organizations. Moreover, he was accountable for the implementation and development of strategies of top edge online systems at big companies including American Express, and Blue Cross Blue Shield.
Michael Thoreau Lacey also has vast knowledge in the technology industry which spans for a decade. During his first ten years in the technology industry, he managed and implemented groundbreaking systems for the financial and insurance services industries. When he was twenty-six years old, Michael Thoreau Lacey got promoted to his first job position as a director.
Mr. Michael Lacey is also an American based Professor of Mathematics. He lectured at the Georgia Institute of Technology since 1996. He successfully completed his Bachelors Degree from Michigan State University and earned also studied from the University of Minnesota where he earned himself a Masters in Business Administration.
Mr. Michael Lacey also studied at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign where he received his Ph.D. under Walter Philipp’s direction in 1987.
Mr. Lacey’s theory was in the field of probability in Branch spaces and found out a solution to any problem which has a relation to the law of the integrated algorithm for functions with empirical characteristics. His work is mainly focused on the following fields of studies: harmonic analysis, probability, ergodic theory.
Mr. Michael Lacey started his postdoctoral career at the University of North Carolina which is based at Chapel Hill, and the Louisiana State University. While Lacey was at the University of Carolina, Walter Philipp and he presented their proof on the central limit theorem.
Lacey also worked from 1989 to 1996 at the Indiana University where he was awarded a Postdoctoral Fellowship at the National Science Foundation. During his term of office at this Postdoctoral Fellowship, Lacey started to study the bilinear Hilbert transform. Lacey together with Christoph Thiele solved the Hilbert Transform in 1996 and were both awarded the Salem Prize.