Edmond Sanou

PhD Student in Applied Mathematics

Laboratoire de Mathématiques et de Modélisation d'Evry


Edmond Sanou is a doctoral student in the Laboratory of Mathematics and Modeling at the University of Evry. He is fortunate to be supervised by Pr. Christophe Ambroise and Dr. Geneviève Robin. Edmond holds a master’s degree in biostatistics from the National School of Statistics and is pursuing a doctorate in mathematics applied to genomics. He also gives tutorials to undergraduate students.

His research aims to develop a mixed graphical model for the inference of biological networks in order to increase the understanding of the mechanisms of adaptation of trees to environmental conditions. The research takes place within the framework of the ANR Epitree project.


  • Probabilistic graphical models
  • Clustering
  • Omics data


  • PhD in Applied Mathematics, In progress

    Université Paris Saclay

  • MSc in biostatistics, 2019

    Ecole Nationale de la Statistique et de l'Analyse de l'Information

  • BA in statistics, 2016

    Université Nazi Boni


Teaching assistant positions

Université d’Evry


Here is a collection of articles that I wrote.