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Ibrahim is a scholar of Games Studies, Virtual Reality, New Media, Digital Culture, and Online Communities. His research currently focuses on the evolving forms of Gamification and Mixed Realities. He is the Coordinator of the Interactive Media and Game Design program. He also teaches in the Communications and Information Design program at SUNY Poly and is an adviser for the Information Design and Technology masters program. His dissertation is entitled “How to Make Friends and Influence People on the Internet: a Dissertation on Popular Comments on Online Blogs.” In this study, he conducted an extended quantitative discourse analysis with a single online community. Through the analysis of comments and responses to conversation threads, he developed the theoretical concept of “memetic priming.” He is currently working on Mixed Realities research and is a Co-chair of SUNY FACT2 task group on Mixed Realities.