Peter Volgyesi

Peter Volgyesi

I am a Research Scientist at Vanderbilt University interested in wireless sensors, low-power hardware design, software-defined radios, signal processing, and sensor fusion.

I worked on several practical applications for detecting and localizing gunshots, time synchronizing and localizing low-power devices. I was also involved in the design and development of collaborative modeling tools.

Between 2013-2019 our team was highly successful in the DARPA Spectrum Challenge and Spectrum Collaboration Challenge, winning first prizes multiple times.

I am a native of Hungary and grew up near Lake Balaton. I enjoy long distance running, motorcycle rides and the outdoors of Tennessee.


See Google Scholar for my academic publications.


My more informal articles are on Medium.


I teach the following courses at Vanderbilt.

CS2204: Program Design and Data Structures for Scientific Computing.
CS1104: Programming and Problem Solving with Python