Maroua Taghouti received her Engineering degree in Telecommunications in 2012 from the National Engineering School of Tunis, followed by a master of research in Communications Systems. Before that she studied Mathematics and Physics for two year in the Institute of Preparatory Studies for Engineering of Tunis. Currently she is a PhD candidate at Tunisia Polytechnic School, and working simultaneously as a research fellow at the Deutsche Telekom Chair of Communications Networks in the Technical University of Dresden. Her research interests focus on coding theory, mainly Network Coding, and Compressed Sensing for communications and networking. She served as a reviewer for different conferences and journals including IEEE Communications Letters and IEEE Communications Surveys and Tutorials.
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Taghouti, Maroua ; Lucani Rötter, Daniel E; Fitzek, Frank H P
Random shift and xor of unequal-sized packets (RaSOR) to shave off transmission overhead Inproceedings
51st annual conference on information sciences and systems, CISS, Baltimore, 2017.
Taghouti, Maroua ; Lucani Rötter, Daniel E; Pedersen, Morten V; Bouallègue, Ammar
Random linear network coding for streams with unequally sized packets: Overhead reduction without zero-padded schemes Inproceedings
IEEE 23rd International Conference on Telecommunications, 2016.
On the impact of zero-padding in network coding efficiency with internet traffic and video traces Inproceedings
22th European Wireless Conference, 2016.