Ph.D. student in Management Science
Office: Isenberg 226
M.S. Optimization in Operational Research, University of Nantes,
Science and Technology Campus,
Supply Chain Management
Retail AnalyticsOperations Management
Ameera Ibrahim is a doctoral student in Management Science at the Isenberg School of Management.
Her research interests are in designing optimization models for retail analytics, with a focus on assortment (variety) planning, pricing strategies, and inventory management. Her advisor is Dr. Ahmed Ghoniem.
"Managing Two Retail Product Lines under Cross-Selling Effects" with A. Ghoniem and B. Maddah (2012).
Papers Presented at Conferences:
Managing Two Retail
Product Lines under Cross-Selling Effects (with
A. Ghoniem and B. Maddah), INFORMS Annual Meeting, Charlotte, North Carolina,
November 13-16, 2011.
Teaching Assistant, FINOPMGT 497S: Supply Chain Management (Instructor: Dr. A. Ghoniem), University of Massachusetts Amherst, Spring 2012.
Teaching Assistant, FINOPMGT 353: Introduction to Management Science (Instructor: Dr. A. Ghoniem), University of Massachusetts Amherst, Fall 2011.
Teaching Assistant, FINOPMGT 347: Introduction to Operations Management (Instructor: Prof. I. Agha), University of Massachusetts Amherst, Fall 2010.
Teaching Assistant: Introduction to Algorithms, Object Oriented Programming, C++ Programming, Operations Research, Discrete Mathematics and Artificial Intelligence, The French University in Egypt, 2004-2010.
Instructor: Web Development, Database and Introduction to Computers, The French University in Egypt, 2004-2009.