Lipót Schulhof (March 12, 1847, Baja – October, 1921, Paris) (or, as written in Hungarian, Schulhof Lipót) was a Hungarian astronomer (from what was at the time Austria-Hungary). He was more commonly known as Leopold Schulhof (or Schulhoff), since German was the dominant language of Austria-Hungary at the time.
He studied comets and asteroids. He worked in Vienna and Paris (where he was known as Léopold Schulhof). He provided a prediction for the 1893 return of Comet 15P/Finlay, and was awarded the Lalande Prize of the French Academy of Sciences in that same year.