Dr. Marwa Altunusi
Assistant Professor of Computer Engineering
Dr. Marwa is an assistant professor at computer engineering department, college of engineering and architecture, Al Yamamah University, KSA.
She received the Ph.D. degree in computer sciences in February 2020 from Sousse University, Tunisia. She received the engineering diploma in computer sciences from Sfax University, Tunisia in June 2012. She is currently a member of the REsearch Group in Intelligent Machines (REGIM-Laboratory).
Her research interests include artificial intelligence, machine learning, image processing, pattern recognition, and document analysis.
- Maroua Tounsi, Ikram Moalla and Adel.M. Alimi, ”Arabic and Latin Scene Text Recognition by Combining Handcrafted and Deep Learned Features”, ”Arabian Journal for Science and Engineering”, October 2021. (ISI and Scopus Q2).
- Najoua Rahal, Maroua Tounsi, and Adel M.Alimi, ”Deep sparse auto-encoder features learning for Arabic text recognition”, in IEEE Access, vol. 9, pp. 18569-18584, 2021 (ISI and Scopus Q1).
- Najoua Rahal, Maroua Tounsi, Tarek M. Hamdani and Adel M.Alimi, ”Handwritten Words and Digits Recognition using Deep Learning Based Bag of Features Framework”. 2019 International Conference on Document Analysis and Recognition, ICDAR 2019, Sydney, Australia, September 20-25, 2019. (Rank A).
- Najoua Rahal, Maroua Tounsi, Jlaiel Mohamed Ben, and Alimi Adel M. “Information Extraction from Arabic and Latin scanned invoices”, 2nd International Workshop on Arabic and Derived Script Analysis and Recognition, ASAR 2018, London, UK, March 12-14, 2018.
- Maroua Tounsi, Ikram Moalla, Frank Lebourgeois and Adel.M. Alimi, ”CNN Based Transfer Learning for Scene Script Identification”. In: Neural Information Processing - 24th International Conference, ICONIP 2017, Guangzhou, China, November 14-18, 2017. (Rank A).
- Maroua Tounsi, Ikram Moalla, Frank Lebourgeois and Adel.M. Alimi, ”ARASTI: A Database for Arabic Scene Text Recognition”. In: first International Workshop on Arabic Script Analysis and Recognition”, ASAR 2017, Nancy, France, April 3-5, 2017, pp. 140–144.
- Maroua Tounsi, Ikram Moalla and Adel M. Alimi, ”Supervised dictionary learning in BoF framework for Scene Character recognition”. In: 23rd International Conference on Pattern Recognition, ICPR 2016, Cancun, Mexico, December 4-8, 2016. (Rank B).
- Maroua Tounsi, Ikram Moalla, Frank Lebourgeois and Adel.M. Alimi,”Arabic characters recognition in natural scenes using sparse coding for feature representations”. In: 13th International Conference on Document Analysis and Recognition ICDAR 2015,Nancy, France, August 23-26, 2015. (Rank A).
- Maroua Tounsi, Ikram Moalla, Frank Lebourgeois and Adel.M. Alimi, ”A comparative study of local descriptors for Arabic character recognition on mobile devices”. In: Seventh International Conference on Machine Vision, ICMV 2014, Milan, Italy, 19-21 November 2014. (Rank C).
- Participation in "First International Workshop on Arabic Script Analysis and Recognition",
- ASAR 2017, April 2017, Nancy, France.
- Participation in "23𝑟𝑑 International Conference on Pattern Recognition", ICPR 2016, December 2016, Cancun, Mexico.
- Participation in "13𝑡ℎ International Conference on Document Analysis and Recognition", ICDAR 2015, , November 2014, Nancy, France.
- Participation in "Seventh International Conference on Machine Vision", ICMV 2014, November 2014, Milan, Italy.
- Participation in Summer School "International Document Image Processing School 2014", IDIPS 2014, May 2014, Samos, Greece.
- SWE 413: Design Patterns
- SWE 312: Software Construction & User Interface
- SWE202: Introduction to Software Engineering
- SWE414: Formal Methods in Software Engineering
- CIS 351: Client Server Programming
- CIS 103: Programming Fundamentals I
- Member in Research Groups in Intelligent Machines Laboratory (ReGIM-Lab).
- Member in ”IEEE: Institute of Electric and Electronic Engineering”.
- Member in ”IEEE Women in Engineering Membership”.
- Member in ”IEEE Signal Processing Society”.
- Member in ”IEEE Industry applications society”.
- A referee for a number of peer-reviewed journals such as PLOS one journal.
- A referee at several academic conferences.