Shaddi Hasan is an Assistant Professor of Computer Science at Virginia Tech, where his research addresses fundamental scale and flexibility challenges faced by service provider networks, especially in rural and developing regions.
Prior to Virginia Tech, Shaddi was a software engineer at Facebook Connectivity, where he helped start the Magma project, and a co-founder at Endaga.
He received his PhD from UC Berkeley in 2019.
Assistant Professor of Computer Science / Virginia Tech
Explosive growth is driving network operators to massively densify their networks, while new small-scale and private mobile network operators emerge with novel use-cases. The network core must evolve...