The Wessex Institute Of Technology

The Wessex Institute Of Technology, many times referred to as Wessex Institute or WIT, is located in the south part of England at Ashhurst Lodge in New Forest. The school was founded by engineering Professor Carlos Brebbia. A well educated man from Argentina, Professor Brebbia researched and taught at many renowned technological schools such as MIT and the University of California. He got his PhD at Southampton University, and is best known for inventing the Boundary Element Method which is commonly applied at the WIT for the purpose of research.

The primary goal of the Wessex Institute is to provide platforms intended to facilitate the exchange of knowledge between academia and those working in their fields. Scientific knowledge has become specialized and diverse. New research is appearing constantly. At Wessex, those who want to research are provided the most accurate and up to date scientific and peer reviewed journals. The institute strives to provide information to clients around the world. Journals can be delivered electronically or in print format.

Conferences are held in locations throughout the world. Top scientists come together to share recent developments on vitally important topics such as: air pollution, the ecosystem, sustainable development in the third world, and water management.

The Wessex Institute offers short courses at the Ashurst Lodge presented by experts in their perspective fields, most of whom are published with doctoral degrees. The attendees can make arrangements to stay onsite or find local accommodations with beautiful scenery and enjoyable activities in the area.

Courses in BEASY, or the Boundary Element Analysis System, are offered at the institute. This software application has been widely adopted by many types of industries who have found this research beneficial. At Wessex, options are also available for off-site courses on how to use and apply BEASY.