Ibrahim (Said) Ibrahim, M.Sc., L.L.M., M.Phil.
Mr. Ibrahim is a career diplomat and specialist in nuclear technology as applied to disarmament and nonproliferation issues. He is currently Consular Officer at the Egyptian Embassy in Tokyo. He previously served in the Egyptian Ministry for Foreign Affairs and as a Ministry representative to the League of Arab States (Cairo), as a United Nations Fellow, and at the Cooperative Monitoring Center, Global Security Programs, at Sandia National Labs in New Mexico, USA.
Mr. Ibrahim has an M.Phil. in Nuclear Engineering from the University of Ghana (2009–2011); an L.L.M. in International and Comparative Nuclear Law and Policy (2011) from the University of Dundee, Scotland; and an M.Sc. in Nuclear Science and Technology from the University of Manchester, England (2009–2012). He was a member of the Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences, Department of Physics, University of Oslo, in 2012.
As a rising scientist and diplomat, Mr. Ibrahim was part of the James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies Next Generation Initiative. The CNS is part of the Monterey Institute of International Studies, which is the largest NGO in the United States that focuses on security and combating the spread of weapons of mass destruction (WMD). He has had extensive international training and experience, and has received many awards and honors for his work.