Amr Ibrahim received B.Sc. in Physics from Cairo University, Beni Suef Campus, Egypt in 2003. He worked as full time Lab Instructor in Physics Department, Cairo University, Beni Suef Campus (Now Beni Suef University) from 2004 to 2008. In 2008 he received M.Sc in Physics from Beni Suef University working on Applied Physics and Instrumentation. In the same year, he joined the Remote sensing group at University of Lethbridge and received M.Sc. in Physics in 2010 working on Spectroscopic studies related to remote sensing and conducted his research work at the Canadian Light Source (CLS) Synchrotron at University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, Canada.
Currently is a PhD student at physics Department, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada. He is member of Signal Analysis and Imaging Group (SAIG), which is a consortium that carries out research in the area of seismic signal processing, inversion, and imaging and it is funded by a group of industrial sponsors with interest in the development of advance techniques and algorithms for processing and imaging seismic data.