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.