Professor of physics, Félix Houphouët-Boigny University of Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire
Véronique YOBOUE is a Professor and lecturer-researcher at the University Félix Houphouët-Boigny (Department of Science of matter and technology structures), Abidjan, Côte d'Ivoire, since 1992. She received a PhD in environmental physical-chemistry at the University Paul Sabatier, France and is an expert in air pollution. Her field of research focuses on environmental physical-chemistry/environmental sciences.
Since 1996, Prof. Yoboue is head of the research group “Aerosol et pollution” within the Laboratory of science of matter, of the environment and of solar energy (LAMSES). She is also coordinator of the LEDS modelling techniques team (created in 2017), and, since 2018, is a scientific member of the National network for the observation of air (CIAPOL - Centre Ivoirian Anti-POLlution).
Prof. Yoboue is the Ivorian coordinator of the topic of Air Pollution and Health of the DACCIWA (Dynamics–Aerosol–Chemistry–Cloud Interactions in West Africa), of POLCA (Pollution of African capitals) and of the Pollution Chair within the Ecohealth Chair. She is an active researcher in the AMMA (Multidisiplinary Analysis of the African Monsoon) programme, and has been appointed Principal investigator of INDAAF (International Network to study Deposition and Atmospheric chemistry in Africa) on the Ivory Coast. Since March 2018, Prof. Yoboue is a coordinator of the PASMU (Pollution of the air and health in urban areas) project.