Scientific Consultations and Ecological Monitoring Center:

Written by Yasmien Sayed Gad

Scientific Consultations and Ecological Monitoring Center:

            The Scientific Consultations and Ecological Monitoring Center is established in Suez Faculty of Science as a "special unit" that is technically, financially, and administratively independent as per the University Regulation Act no. 49 for the year 1972 and its executive by law (articles 307- 314).

Aims of the Center:

  • Providing community with a distinguished service (e.g., scientific consultations, advanced training and academic courses), and carrying out research to fulfill the demands of the different authorities, companies, and assemblies in the fields of industry, environment, and technology. In addition, the Center also aims at enhancing the efficiency of workers in governmental and domestic organizations within the faculty domain.
  • Organizing free and specialized studies in computer and programming as well as biological and chemical studies (e.g., chemistry, modern techniques, and molecular biology).
  • Performing chemical, medical chemistry, and biochemistry analyses, in addition to performing molecular biology analyses and measuring the emitting gases and pollutants in soil, water, and air.
  • Evaluating the ecological effect of the new projects and setting plans to cope with environmental standards.
  • Enabling citizens, workers, students, and teaching stuff to benefit from SU potentials in the fields of sports, society, culture, art, and science.
  • Participating in developing projects carried out in the nearby communities through providing scientific consultants and technical experience, in addition to performing the studies called for by companies, public or private authorities.
  • Offering authorized certificates for those passing its courses and programs in the fields of computer, biological and chemical sciences.
  • Holding seminars and awareness-raising sessions to upgrade the efficiency of teaching staff, students and employees.
  • Fostering social solidarity among the teaching staff, employees, and students to enhance effective participation.

The Center’s Sections

  • The Unit of Training Courses in different specializations.
  • The Unit of Scientific Consultation and Evaluation of Ecological Effect.
  • The Unit of Continuing Training and Education.
  • The Unit of Micro Analyses.

About Sector of Community Service

Written by Yasmien Sayed Gad

1- Setting up plans and executive policies for “Special Units” and identifying the outcomes of their activities.

2- Setting up monthly meetings for the council of the community service and environmental development and recording the council's notes, decisions and agenda.

3- Carrying out and following-up the decisions and recommendations of the Council of the Community Service and Environmental Development.

 4- Setting up the necessary programs for implementing the university plans environmental development in different fields.

5- Following up the seminars in the field of the community service and environmental development in all university faculties and preparing their reports.

6- Following up the University Training Affairs and developing its programs concerning community service and environmental development.

7- Following up the communication between the university, research centers and third parties as well as organizing meetings between the administration and specialists in social issues.

8- Recording the recommendations concluded in university community service seminars and conferences and disseminating them among the parties concerned.   

9- Communicating with specialized authorities in the community about the training fields and scientific counseling offered by US and receive their feedback.   

10- Following up the regulations of the “Special Units” in coordination with Community Service and Environmental Development Council, then referring them to the University Council.

11- Attending the seminars and workshops on community service called for a local third party.

word of the University Vice-President

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The Environmental Affairs and Community Service Sector are concerned with the role of the University in the service of society and the development of the environment. The sector supervises centers and units of a special nature and university facilities that provide services to the community, the surrounding environment and non-student housing. The sector also organizes seminars and conferences that promote environmental culture. The sector also organizes service convoys (medical convoys, veterinary convoys, awareness campaigns, literacy ...) for direct interaction with the surrounding community. The sector is also interested in small, medium and micro enterprises for young graduates. The sector is also interested in small, medium and micro enterprises for young graduates.

BIO Of Vice President

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Eldesouki I. Eid is the vice president of Suez University for Community service and environmental development. He proposes the general policy for the establishment and management of units of a special nature that provide their services for the community as well as the training for the members of the community to use modern scientific and technical methods, education and raising their productive efficiency in various fields. He organizes conferences, scientific seminars and public lectures aimed at serving the community and the development of the environment as well as the environmental shelters. Eid is a professor of mechanical Power Engineering; Eid is working at Faculty of Industrial Education, Suez University, Suez, Egypt since 2000. He teaches grad and under grad courses such as thermodynamics, and heat transfer further, his research conducts with renewable energy, refrigeration, heat mass transfer, and Stirling engines. Eid received his PhD degree in mechanical Engineering from Ain Shams University, Cairo, Egypt in 2000.  His background experience was related to Chairman of Mechanical department, Vice dean for community affairs, and dean of the faculty. He was a visiting professor at Durham University, United Kingdom. He also visited Ten Community colleges, Florida, USA. He is reviewer in many International Journals and he has a lot of international publications in his specialist.