Dr. Ibraheem A. Al-Jadir
Ph.D, Dr. Ibraheem A. Al-Jadir


Information Technology

Murdoch University


Ph.D, braheem A. Al-Jadir

Instructor, Dr. Information Technology

School of Engineering and Information Technology, Murdoch University, Perth, Australia.


PhD (Aug 2019) Murdoch University Perth- Western Australia,

MSc (Oct 2012) Computer Science - (CGPA 77.7929%)  Baghdad University 

B. Sc. (October 2008) in Computer Science (CGPA 75.023%), Baghdad University


Research Assistant, Baghdad University, 2008-2011.

Assistant Lecturer, Baghdad University, 2012-2018.

Instructor, Murdoch University Perth- Western Australia,, 2013- Present.


Murdoch University (Perth - Australia) - causal assignments and teaching ICT 167, July 2017 to August 2019.


  • Arabic
  • English
  • French


[1] (2021) An enhanced krill herd optimization technique used for classification problem. Scientific Review Engineering and Environmental Sciences

[2] (2020) Unsupervised text Feature Selection using memetic Dichotomous Differential Evolution. Algorithms, 13 (6).

[3] (2018) Adaptive crossover memetic differential harmony search for optimizing document clustering. Lecture Notes in Computer Science.

[4] (2017) Differential evolution memetic document clustering using chaotic logistic local search. Lecture Notes in Computer Science.

[5] (2018) Text dimensionality reduction for document clustering using hybrid memetic feature selection. Lecture Notes in Computer Science

[6] (2018) Enhancing digital forensic analysis using memetic algorithm feature selection method for document clustering. IEEE International Conference (SMC)

[7] (2017) Text document clustering using memetic feature selection. In: 9th (ICMLC)

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