Meet Michael Lacey, the Mathematician

Lacey is a mathematics professor who has the ergodic theory, probability and more specifically, harmonic analysis as his areas of specialization. He is American and was born on 26th of September, 1959. He went to the University of Illinois in 1987 at Urbana-Champaign where he got his PhD under the guidance of Philipp who was his supervisor. His essay was based on the areas of Banach spaces in probability and he came up with the formula that solved the problem concerning Law of Iterated Logarithm of the empirical characteristic functions.

 

He did his first mentored research position at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill and the Louisiana State University. It was while at the North Carolina University, that they gave their almost sure proof of the central limit theorem with Walter Philipp. He also had a position for about eight years at the Indiana University where he was given a National Science Foundation after doctorate fellowship and it is during this fellowship that he started the study of bilinear Hilbert Transform.

 

He was awarded the Salem Prize with Christoph Thiele in 1996 after they solved the problem where the Transform was unproven but thought to be true by Alberto Calderon. Lacey worked as a mathematics professor at Georgia University since 1996 and earned a Guggenheim Fellowship in 2004 for the work they did with Xiaochun Li. He joined the American Mathematical Society in 2012.

 

From the day he joined the Georgia Technology faculty in 1996, many awards bodies like the Simons Foundations and the Guggenheim have recognized him. He has served as director in training grants, for example, MCTP and VIGRE awards from NSF, which have provided support to many postdoctoral students, graduates and undergraduates. He has shared his knowledge and given advice to many undergraduates and all his students who have got industrial and academic jobs.

 

The professor is a good person and has mentored many graduates and more than ten postdocs. Anyone who has had a chance to work with him can give a testimony of how good the professor is in mathematics and other areas he works on. He likes solving mathematical problems that seem to be troubling people in this field and if it was not for him, some mathematical problems would still be a problem for students up to date. He has used his knowledge to help people and he is a man students should always emulate.

International Meat Industry- OSI Industries

It is considered to be one of the leading food production organizations in the world. OSI Industries has expanded their market ever since it was founded. The food company has their operations in over 17 nations across the globe, 65 facilities, and employees more than 20000 people. From a humble beginning, the food processing firm has shown a significant increase, and it has been an essential part of the 20th century economy of the United States of America. The company has grown, and it is expanding.

OSI Industries story is an immigrant story. The firm was established by Otto Kolschowsky who was a migrant from German, and he was a member of the booming German Immigrant Community in Chicago, Illinois. The Illinois region was a business center for industries and migrants from German used the point to enter the United States of America to establish farms as well as plains. In 1909 Otto&Sons was created in Oak Park, Chicago. Mr. Otto began the business two years after his arrival as a meat retailer as well as a butcher shop. His company expanded, and at the end of the first world war, it was now a wholesale meat business. After the expansion, the firm opened another operational location in Maywood a Chicago suburb. Otto&Sons became another successful family business in Chicago and more

The first McDonald Restaurant was opened in 1955 in Des Plaines, Illinois, and before the launching of the restaurant, Ray Kroc agreed with Otto&Sons to be the first franchise to supply fresh ground beef. The eating house which was established in 1940 by Maurice and Richard McDonald signed a foreboding agreement with the meat processing firm Otto&Sons. After a few years of working as a McDonald Franchise Ray bought the food company and he became the Chief Executive Officer of the food store. As McDonald’ s expanded Otto&Sons also grew together with the food place, and it became McDonald’s became the Otto&Sons priority. After two decades the global meat processing and supply organization changed their name to OSI Industries. The McDonald was expanding their market, and their mandate was to deliver consistency and quality hamburgers which were to be distributed all over the world, therefore giving the Industry the pressure to produce customer-driven, inexpensive as well as uniformity meat products.

Lavin Sheldon became the Chief Executive Officer of OSI Industries in the 1980’s. Mr. Lavin is an experienced investor, and his vast skills and experience have been of a great benefit to the Industries, as the organization has been able to expand their market to other regions in the world. OSI Industries can be described as one with a long successful history which is combined with strong customer relations, growth opportunities, as well as technology creation.