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Dr. Dario Cesar Luzuriaga Sorribes (B.Eng., B.A., PhD)

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  • Profession:
    • Communications Engineer in training
    • Producer and Director of Television and Radio
    • Television and Radio Scriptwriting Technician
    • Doctor is Social Communication Sciences
  • Languages:
    • French
    • English
    • Spanish
  • Nationality:
    • Nationality at birth: Argentine
    • Nationality by adoption: Canadian
  • Names:
    • First name: Dario
    • Middle name: Cesar
    • Father’s family name: Luzuriaga
    • Mother’s family name: Sorribes
    • Short name: Dario Luzuriaga

EDUCATION

  • Doctorate of Philosophy in Social Communication Sciences –specialized in Journalism- (USAL), with Thesis “The concept of time in the communication of the television virtual space”.
  • Bachelor of Engineering in Communications -computers, electronics and systems engineering –(Carleton University)
  • Minor in Philosophy (Carleton University)
  • Bachelor of Arts in Production and Direction of Television and Radio (University of Belgrano)
  • Education in Philosophy (University of Buenos Aires)
  • College degree in Scriptwriting for Television and Radio (University of Belgrano).

FIELDS OF INTEREST

  • Communications Engineering:
    • Video signals over IP Networks
    • Audio signals over IP Networks
    • Audio-visual synchronization
    • Audio-visual mixing
    • Video live streaming
    • Radio live streaming
  • Social Communications:
    • Analyze of the discourse
    • Non-verbal communication
    • Semiotics of the audio-visual image
    • Social anthropology
    • Multidisciplinary communications analyze
    • Filmmaking narrative
    • Meaning of the audio-visual discourse
  • Audio-visual Production:
    • News reports
    • Musical video-clips
    • Documentaries
    • Direction of talents, actors and actresses
    • Multi-camera direction
    • Post-production creative implementation
    • Writing of scripts for fiction and non-fiction
    • Design of camera positions and movements
    • Design of sound for audio-visual productions
    • Shooting in studios, locations or exteriors.
  • Philosophy:
    • Platonism
    • Transcendental ontological principles
    • Kantian categorical imperative
    • Epistemology
    • Philosophy of sciences
    • Environmental philosophy

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

  • Television, radio and audio-visual producer with trilingual practical experience in South America, Europe and North America, during the last two decades.
  • Assistant Professor in Production of Television, Radio and Filmmaking at University of Belgrano (2001-2008)
  • President of Eidei Productions Corporation (2011-present)
  • Instructor of Audio-visual Production in multiple organizations in Canada (since 2009)
  • Roster United Nations Radio Producer P3 (roster appointment 2015)
  • Communications Engineer in training (since 2019)

HUMANISTIC PRINCIPLES

  • Human suffering is unacceptable in any form (psychological, physical or emotional).
  • Wars must be avoided at any cost.
  • Nuclear weapons must be eradicated by every small, medium and large nation.
  • Bullying and torture (in any form, including verbal) or physical aggressions do not have room in human behaviour.
  • The survival and welfare of the human species, in a health interaction with its environment, should be the main worldwide goal.
  • The Universal Declaration of Human Rights should be the rule of actions of any person.
  • Education, health care, nutrition and recreation must be globally guaranteed, and free when not accessible.
  • Gender equality must be supported, but it involves benefits and sacrifices from both genders.
  • Privacy must be guaranteed universally, while protecting the integrity and security of populations.
  • We all make mistakes; human perfection does not exist.
  • Most of the human conflicts can be resolved with a face-to-face conversation (honest and open minded), between two people with power of decision.
  • When human communication channels are closed, it is almost impossible to resolve a conflict.
  • The more powerful a government or an organization is, the more democratic controls it requires, to make sure it works for the welfare of its citizens and the humanity.
  • Authoritarianism must be responded with democratic actions and universal values.
  • Every human action has rationality; when somebody says otherwise he or she probably made a mistake with undesired consequences on the others.
  • A humanistic approach to people’s mistakes usually works better than punishment, especially when those mistakes are the result of social desperation.
  • The truth is a human construction at a practical level; while it is also a life philosophical research at a theoretical level.
  • Money protects people from the hazards of life; but when an individual does not have it, he or she must be protected anyways (role of the state).
  • Pure capitalism without social justice hurts people.
  • Pure capitalism without sense of vulnerability hurts the environment.
  • An employer is a valuable resources provider, who should not be betrayed.
  • Any nation must guarantee equal opportunities to all of its citizens, regardless of their income or origins.
  • The sense of humanity should be more important than the national identities, while this last one has cultural value anyways.
  • Pragmatism and utilitarianism are dangerous positions that should be combated with Platonic ethics, ethics of Aristotelian virtue and Kantianism (no matter the imperfections of these last ones).
  • Living on Earth should not only be a research of personal and family satisfaction, but of a legacy for the humanity and future generations.

HOBBIES

  • Physical training at gym
  • Swimming
  • Winter sports