- Ph.D. in Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, IL, U.S.A., 1989
- M.S. in Electrical, Computer and Systems Engineering, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, NY U.S.A., 1985
- B.S. in Computer Science, Moscow Forest Engineering Institute, Moscow, Russia, 1979
Professor and Associate Chair, Fellow of IEEE, Fellow of IAPR
Professor Goldgof research interests include Image and Video Analysis, Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition, Biomedical Imaging and Bioinformatics, and Bioengineering. More specifically, research interests are related to two broad thrusts. First thrust is the area of nonrigid motion analysis (especially, elastic, facial and fluid motion), with biometrics and security applications. Second thrust is in the area of biomedical image analysis related to tissue segmentation in MR, CT, PET and microscopy images. Additional interests include high performance issues of image analysis and machine learning algorithms. Dr. Goldgof has graduated 19 Ph.D. and 41 M.S. students, and has published 70 journal and over 170 conference publications (with high citations, h=34, g=60, harzing.com using Google Scholar), 18 books chapters and edited 4 books. His work has been funded by numerous agencies including NSF, NIH, ONR, DOD, ARDA (IARPA), DARPA, NIST, FDOT etc.
- Baseline for Impact Assessment of Zooplankton and Imaging Oil Droplet Detection on the West Florida Shelf (Year One Block Grant - Florida Institute of Oceanography, Role: Co-Principal Investigator)
- Early Warning 4-D Remote Sensing System to Assess Synoptic Threats to Coastal Ecosystems of Florida and of Adjacent States and Nations (Year One Block Grant - Florida Institute of Oceanography, Role: Co-Principal Investigator)