In this work I present the survey which is searching for the rise in the volume-averaged star formation rate at intermediate redshifts (z<1). This survey is a combination of the data taken with Advanced Camera for Surveys in parallel with WFPC2 (U band) of the GOODS fields. We use template fitting of the spectral energy distributions to obtain photometric redshifts and classify the objects as starbursts, early- and late-types. The colors of the starbursts were reproduced and ages were estimated with the stellar evolutionary synthesis code Starburst99. By matching the optical catalog with the Chandra X-ray catalog we have identified the X-ray sources and possible candidates for having a combination of active nuclei and starburst at intermediate redshifts. Analysis of the light concentration, asymmetry and clumpiness, shows that this sample is a mixed bag, containing dwarf ellipticals, early and late-spirals and peculiar objects which resemble mergers in progress. These results have strong implications for galaxy evolution since it shows for the first time who are the candidates for the rise of the SFR at intermediate-z.