Latévi attended the Universite de Lome, Togo (2006-2010) where he studied Physics and Chemistry. After three years of teaching Physics in secondary schools, he moved to IMSP (Institut de Mathématiques et de Sciences Physiques) in Benin, from 2013 to 2018, where he obtained an MSc and PhD in Mathematical Physics.
He then returned to Lomé University and lectured as a teaching assistant in the Physics department for two years. He is also a Reviewer of the journals of ”Mathematical Physics” and Journal of Physics A: Mathematical and Theory. In October 2020, he began his Postdoctoral research and served as a tutor at AIMS Ghana. He returns to campus to continue from where he left off.
His research interests are in Quantum Physics, Quantum probability, Noncommutative geometry, Representation theory of differential operators and cohomology of Hopf algebra.