Iman
El-Khodary

Position
Associate Professor
Department
Department of Economics

Profile

Brief Biography

Iman El-Khodary graduated from the Faculty of Economics and Political Science (FEPS), Department of Statistics in 1976. She got the MSc in statistics and PhD in statistics in 1988 from the same university. El-Khodary was an associate professor in the department of statistics at FEPS since 2004. In addition, she was a part-time associate professor at The American University in Cairo, department of economics since Spring 2010. She contributed as a visiting associate professor for the academic year 2014-2015 in the same department. She is specialized in mathematical statistics and she taught mathematics, statistics, probability and theory of statistics for undergraduate and post graduate students (master, PhD programs and post-graduate diplomas). In addition, she taught math and statistics courses in the French department at FEPS. During that period of academic work, she published many researches in the field of mathematical statistics and especially in characterization and mixture of distributions in international and local journals and conferences. Also, she supervised several PhD and master thesis in the department of statistics. She shared in preparing the national and international accreditation file at FEPS. She was also the director of the Ford Foundation Project for the development of the Faculty of Economics and Political Science at Cairo University.

Education

  • High School Certificate       1972              Lycée Français du Maadi
  • BSc in Statistics                    1976              Faculty of Economics and Political Sciences, Cairo University
  • MSc in Statistics                   1981              Faculty of Economics and Political Sciences, Cairo University
  • PhD in Statistics                   1988              Faculty of Economics and Political Sciences, Cairo University

 

Research Interest
  • Mathematical statistics
  • Theory of statistics and applied statistics
  • Characterization of probability distributions
  • Reliability and probability theory
  • Math and statistics for economists
  • Partially and fully accelerated life tests
  • Bayesian interim analysis