Enjoying the fresh air of Ploumanac'h.


School of Mathematics
University of Bristol
University Walk
Bristol BS81TW

email: maxeh 'at' bris 'dot' ac 'dot' uk

I am assistant researcher (post-doc) in Bristol University, working with Oliver Johnson, since 2011.  I spent the academic year 2010-2011 in Neuchâtel, working with Michel Benaim.
From 2006 to 2010, I was a PhD student in the Institut de Mathématiques de Toulouse (IMT), under the supervision of Michel Ledoux.
My complete curriculum vitae is here (and the French version is here).


I am lecturing in Probability 3&34 unit. You can download the lecture notes (or the source).


My research focus on probability theory on discrete spaces. Here are my papers and preprints:

Other documents:

translation d'unbe indicatrice
Translation of an indicator measure, using a binomial conovlution.

I was born 31 years ago in Britanny. My mathematical adventures made me live in the thirsty streets of Rennes, under the blue skies of Toulouse, on top of the snowy mountains of Neuchâtel and, today, amid the seagulls of Bristol. The next city? yours, maybe. 

Le Creux-du-Van
Sunrise on the Eiger, Mönch and Jungfrau.

Bristol harbour.