My official title at the University of Cambridge is Professor of Applied Probability.

My research interests are in
**Theoretical and Applied Probability, Mathematical
Physics, Quantum Information Theory and Industrial and
Financial Mathematics**.

I am an Emeritus member at the Statistical Laboratory, Department of Pure Mathematics and Mathematical Statistics, University of Cambridge. I am also a member of the Institute for Information Transmission Problems, Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow. Finally, I am a fellow of St John's College, Cambridge. You can see the list of my publications, in the ps-format, and the pdf-format , and my short CV, in the ps-format, and the pdf-format . I currently work on several projects; see, e.g. this recent paper, or a cycle of papers, 1, 2 , 3 , 4 and 5 , or this one .

In October, 2005, the book Y Suhov and M Kelbert. Probability and Statistics by Example, Vol. 1, was published by the Cambridge University Press in October, 2005. Since then, a number of mistakes have been spotted. CORRECTIONS AND IMPROVEMENTS CAN BE DOWNLOADED: in the ps-format HERE and in the pdf-format HERE . These mistakes have been corrected in the August 2007 reprint of the above book. The book Y Suhov and M Kelbert. Probability and Statistics by Example, Vol. 2, was published by the Cambridge University Press in April, 2008. Again, a number of mistakes have been spotted; CORRECTIONS AND IMPROVEMENTS CAN BE DOWNLOADED in the ps-format here and in the pdf-format here .

You can read my favourite academic maxims . (I'm in process of adding more.) Many of those attended my lectures, classes or presentations would agree that I also like jokes: I used to have a catalog of them here. (Not all of them are mine and not all of them have been universally appreciated!) However, while writing several books I had to use most of these jokes: see and (hopefully) enjoy them in the above volumes of Suhov and Kelbert. And in forthcoming books, too. (It's a pity that jokes are not welcome in academic papers.)

My favourite song's lyrics can be see here . And here are some photographs of how I performed in the Village Hall, with the help of the local choir: (a), (b), (c), (d), (e), (f), (g), (h), (i), (j).