Dario Goussal

Dario Goussal | Latin America & Caribbean | Telecom Eng/Rural
Expertise Dario Goussal has 20+ year of experience as telecom engineer with international consulting experience and research background in Rural Telecommunications and Universal Access, including optical broadband backbone networks over electric power lines and long-term broadband demand studies.
Work with T/TI Mr. Goussal has conducted specialized surveying, project evaluation and field work within rural pilot projects and Universal Access initiatives with Telecom/Telematique, Inc. in Brazil, Suriname, Argentina, Guatemala, El Salvador, the Dominican Republic, Jordan and Vietnam as well as the eight countries in the Caribbean for the CKLN project on National Research and Education Network blueprints.
Other Professional Experience Since 1998 he was senior consultant in missions for the International Telecommunications Union (ITU) and authored technical publications and case studies about telecommunications projects in developing countries. He is currently Research Coordinator of the Rural Telecommunications Group (GTR) and Professor of Electronics at the School of Engineering – Northeastern University at Resistencia (UNNE) in Argentina.
Education, Languages Doctoral candidate, Special Program on Rural Telecommunications Engineering – Universidad Nacional del Nordeste, Resistencia, Argentina. Thesis dissertation title: Unrestricted borderline and long term expansion behavior in rural telecommunications networks Engineer in Electronics, Universidad Tecnologica Nacional (UTN)  Argentina, 1979 Postgraduate Program Certificate – Rural Telephony (IMC-OEA, Mexico 1988-1989). Postgraduate Program Certificate – International Data Telecommunications Engineering (Kokushai Denshin Denwa Engineering & Consulting (KDD)-Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) -Tokio, 1990) Fluent in English and Spanish.
T/TI ICT Projects Caribbean Regional Strategy for C@ribNET:NRENS Design.
Iraq Uzbekistan Central Asia Kyrgystan Vietnam E-Gov China Ghana Niger Rwanda EL SALVADOR: Interconnection Policy Mexico Lighting Africa Pakistan