Dr. Batablinlè Lamboni, Data Analysis Innovation, Excellence in Innovation

Doctorate at Ecole normale superieure /université de Lomé, Togo

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Mr. Lamboni Batablinlè is a dedicated Maître Assistant and researcher affiliated with multiple laboratories at the University of Lomé and the University of Abomey Calavi. He currently serves as the Head of Physics and Chemistry at the Ecole Normale Supérieure in Atakpamé, Togo. His professional journey encompasses teaching, research, and leadership roles, emphasizing collaboration, scientific promotion, and strategic development in educational settings.


  • Ph.D. in Atmospheric Physics and Hydrology Institute of Mathematics and Physical Sciences, University of Abomey Calavi, Benin, October 2016 – October 2019
  • M.Sc. in Mathematical Physics Institute of Mathematics and Physical Sciences, University of Abomey Calavi, Benin, October 2015 – October 2016
  • Engineering Degree in Water and Sanitation Engineering Institute of Environmental Engineering and Sustainable Development, University of Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso, January 2011 – January 2012
  • Masters in Mathematical Physics University of Lomé, Togo, October 2003 – October 2007
  • Bachelor’s in Physics-Mathematics University of Lomé, Togo, October 2003 – October 2006

💼 Professional Experience

Mr. Lamboni oversees teaching allocation and research activities at Ecole Normale Supérieure, Atakpamé. His responsibilities include curriculum development, thesis supervision, and educational quality assurance. He also leads national and international scientific initiatives, focusing on cooperative partnerships and project management.

🔬 Research Interests

Mr. Lamboni Batablinlè is deeply engaged in multidisciplinary research focusing on atmospheric physics, hydrology, and renewable energy applications in West Africa. His current research interests encompass several key areas, including climate change impacts on water resources, hydrological modeling, and the assessment of renewable energy potentials such as wind and solar energy. He explores methodologies for analyzing and projecting future climate scenarios, particularly their implications on precipitation patterns, evapotranspiration, and stream flows in the Mono River Basin. Additionally, Mr. Batablinlè is involved in developing statistical models for detecting trends and variations in meteorological variables, aiming to enhance our understanding of environmental dynamics and support sustainable resource management strategies in the region.

📖 Publication Top Noted

Article Title: Trends and changes detection in rainfall, temperature and wind speed in Burundi

    • Authors: A.E. Lawin, C. Manirakiza, B. Lamboni
    • Journal: Journal of Water and Climate Change
    • Volume: 10
    • Issue: 4
    • Pages: 852–870
    • Year: 2019

 Article Title: Extreme Rainfall and Temperature Changes Assessment on late-twenty-first-century over the Mono River Basin, Togo (West-Africa)

    • Authors: B. Lamboni, A.E. Lawin, C. Manirakiza, D.L. Olabodé
    • Proceedings: Proceedings of the International Association of Hydrological Sciences
    • Volume: 383
    • Pages: 69–78
    • Year: 2020

Article Title: Future changes in precipitation, evapotranspiration and streamflows in the Mono Basin of West Africa

    • Authors: L. Batablinlè, L.E. Agnidé, K.D. Japhet, A. Ernest, V. Expédit
    • Proceedings: Proceedings of the International Association of Hydrological Sciences
    • Volume: 384
    • Pages: 283–288
    • Year: 2021

Article Title: Climate, water, hydropower, wind speed and wind energy potential resources assessments using weather time series data, downscaled regional circulation models: A case study for Mono River Basin in the Gulf of Guinea region

  • Authors: L. Batablinlè, S.D. Bazyomo, F.D. Badou, M. Banna, A.E. Lawin
  • Journal: Renewable Energy
  • Volume: 224
  • Pages: 120099
  • Year: 2024
Batablinlè Lamboni | Data Analysis Innovation | Excellence in Innovation

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