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Ameera Ibrahim

Headshot photo of Saint Mary's faculty Ameera Ibrahim
School of Economics & Business Administration (SEBA) | Business Analytics
Office Location: Power Plant Room 104

Professional Overview

Bio: Ameera Ibrahim is an Associate Professor of Business Analytics and the Academic Director of the Data Science Program in the Business Analytics and Data Science Department in the School of Economics and Business Administration at Saint Mary’s College of California. She received her Ph.D. in Management Science from the University of Massachusetts Amherst with a focus on Prescriptive Analytics and Mathematical Modeling (Optimization). She earned her M.S. in Computer Science from the University of Nantes in France, and her B.S. in Computer Science from Ain Shams University in Egypt. Dr. Ibrahim's current research focuses on applying computational methods to problems in retail and healthcare.

Courses Taught:

  • Operations Management
  • Global Operations Management
  • Quantitative Methods
  • Optimization
  • Data Science and Management
  • Supply Chain Analytics


  • Ibrahim, A., Ahmedin, A. (working paper) Predicting Sepsis Mortality using Machine Learning.
  • Mobark, N., Elfiky, N., Ahmedin, A., Ibrahim, A., and Hamad, S. (2024) Assessing Factors Influencing Undernourishment in Nigeria. Submitted to the International Journal of Advanced Computer Science and Applications.
  • Burns C., Ibrahim, A., (2020) The Politics of Fair Trade Consumption: A U.S. Perspective. Saint Mary's Digital Commons. DOI:10.31219/
  • Ibrahim, A. (2019) Optimal Customized Bundle Pricing. International Journal of Modeling and Optimization 9(4):234237. DOI:10.7763/IJMO.2019.V9.715.
  • Ghoniem, A., Maddah, B., and Ibrahim, A. (2016) Optimizing Assortment and Pricing of Multiple Retail Categories with Cross-Selling. Journal of Global Optimization 66(2):291-309. DOI:10.1007/s10898-014-0238-3.
  • Ibrahim, A., Ghoniem, A., and Maddah, B. (2014). Retail Assortment and Pricing Decisions Under a Deterministic Maximum Utility Consumer Choice Model. Proceedings of the Industrial and Systems Engineering Research Conference, Montreal, Canada.
  • Ibrahim, A., Sobhy, N. and Morineau, O. (2009) A Simulation Model to Investigate Critical Factors Influencing the Bullwhip Effect in a Supply Chain.


  • PhD, Management Science. University of Massachusetts Amherst, 2014; 
  • MS, Computer Science. University of Nantes, 2010; 
  • BS, Computer Science (Honors Degree). Ain Shams University, 2004.
  • 2024, Project Management Certificate, Cornell University.
  • 2017, Teaching with Cases Part I, Harvard Business School.
  • 2007, Oracle Certified Professional, Oracle.