Associate Head of Undergraduate Studies
PhD - Mechanical Engineering
MEng - Mechanical Engineering
BSc - Mechanical Engineering
Robotics (ENME 505)
Foundations of Mechatronics (ENME 461)
Preferred method of communication
Research and teaching
- Intelligent and autonomous systems
- Robotics and mechatronics
- Human-machine interfaces
Dr. Goldsmith teaches in the areas of robotics, control systems, mechatronics, and mechanisms.
Dr. Goldsmith's research interests include robotics, mechanism design, control systems, human-machine interfaces, cognitive systems, mathematics, and education. He has patents pending for a novel remote actuation system and a method for precise human teleguidance.
Dr. Goldsmith is the Associate Head (Undergraduate) in the Department of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering. Prior to completing his PhD in robotics at the University of Toronto, Dr. Goldsmith held research positions at Nova Husky Research Corporation in Calgary and at the Department of National Defence in Ontario, Quebec and Alberta.