Dr. Sally Goldin has broad experience in research, industry and education. She earned bachelors and masters degrees from Brown University and a second masters and PhD from Carnegie-Mellon University. After receiving her doctorate, she worked for two years as Associate Computer Scientist at the Rand Corporation in Santa Monica, CA. Subsequently, she moved from research to industry, where she spent more than twenty years as a software consultant, architect and development team leader. During this period, she and her partner created a start up to commercialize Dragon/ips®, the first remote sensing image processing software package for off-the-shelf personal computers. From 1984-1986, Dr. Goldin held the position of Assistant Professor at the Asian Institute of Technology, Bangkok. She returned to Thailand in 2003 as a Foreign Expert at King Mongkut's University of Technology Thonburi (KMUTT), where she taught computer engineering and supervised graduate and undergraduate research. In 2012 she co-founded the KMUTT Geospatial Engineering and InnOvation Center (KGEO), an interdisciplinary research and development center focused on solving problems involving spatial information gathering and analysis. In 2021, she joined CMKL University as an Assistant Teaching Professor, working to establish the new AICE bachelors degree program.
• B.A. Cognitive Psychology, Brown University
• M.A. Cognitive Psychology, Brown University
• M.S. Cognitive Psychology, Carnegie Mellon University
• Ph.D. Cognitive Psychology, Carnegie Mellon University
• Software engineering processes and tools
• Remote sensing image processing, geospatial computing and geoinformatics, location-based computing
• Computing for international development