Ladislas Goldstein was (February 6, 1906 – July 15, 1994) was professor of Electrical Engineering at the University of Illinois (1951–72) and visiting professor of Physics at the University of Paris-Orsay (1957–58, 1963–64, 1967–68). He was born in Dombrád, Kingdom of Hungary.
His research concentrated on the field of nuclear physics. He was notable for the application of gas-discharge phenomena in microwave physics, microwave propagation in free electron media, and infrared detection.
In 1956 he was elected to Fellow of the IEEE. He won the 1958 MTT prize.
- Proceedings IRE, 49(12) p. 1967, Dec. 1961.