Qualifications: PhD, Université Paris - Denis Diderot, France Master's Degree, Ecole Centrale Paris, France | Prépa Lycée Louis-Le-Grand, Paris, France
Heger Arfaoui holds a PhD from Université Paris Diderot and is an Ecole Centrale Paris graduate. She is currently an Assistant Professor and Program Director at the Mediterranean Institute of Technology where she teaches Computer Science and Mathematics courses. After having worked on algorithms in networks and decentralized systems, she is now leveraging the power of AI to make machines understand Arabic and Tunisian dialects.
“Deciding and Verifying Network Properties Locally with Few Output Bits”, H. Arfaoui, P. Fraigniaud, D. Ilcinkas, F. Mathieu and A. Pelc, Distrib. Comput. 2019
“Local Distributed Decision and Verification”, H. Arfaoui, Ph.D. thesis, 2014
“Distributedly testing cycle freeness”, H. Arfaoui, P. Fraigniaud, D. Ilcinkas, and F. Mathieu, the 40th International Workshop on Graph-Theoretic Concepts in Computer Science,2014
“What can be computed without communications?” Journal version, H. Arfaoui, P. Fraigniaud, sigact-News, volume 45, 2014
“Local decision and verification with bounded-size outputs”, H. Arfaoui, P. Fraigniaud, and A. Pelc, 15th International Symposium on Stabilization, Safety, and Security of Distributed Systems, 2013
“What can be computed without communications?” H. Arfaoui, P. Fraigniaud, 19th International Colloquium on Structural Information and Communication Complexity, 2012