Shaddi Hasan Shaddi Hasan

I'm a PhD student in the Technology and Infrastructure for Emerging Regions group at UC Berkeley, working with Eric Brewer. My interests lie in network infrastructure for developing and rural regions, specifically community cellular networks, long distance WiFi, and network management. I am also affiliated with the NetSys Lab and the Open Networking Research Center.

I graduated in 2010 from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, where I worked with Kevin Jeffay and Jay Aikat on realistic generation of Internet traffic.

Here's my CV.



Technical Reports


I put most everything I write on Github. I used to maintain Orangemesh, a web-based mesh network management tool.

I host a Bay Area Craigslist-Gmaps housing mashup, originally developed by EECS alum Kurt Miller. I have found it very useful for looking for housing around the Bay Area.



440 Sutardja Dai Hall,
Berkeley, CA 94720


My other website:

When I'm free and busy: my calendar

How to say my name

My name is pronounced "SHA-dee" (IPA: /ʃædi/), which rhymes with "daddy" or "caddy". In particular, it does not rhyme with "shoddy", "shady", or "shad-eye". Perhaps surprisingly, saying my name with a southern (American English) accent will get you quite close to the proper pronunciation.