CS 168
Introduction to the Internet: Architecture and Protocols, Spring 2020
Instructor: Sylvia Ratnasamy, Murphy McCauley
Lecture: Tu/Th 11:00am-12:29pm, Doubalew Doubalew Doubalew Dawt Zoom Dot Com Hall
OH: Thursdays 4pm-5pm, 413 Soda
Instructors
Sylvia Ratnasamy
sylvia_ratnasamy (at) berkeley.edu
Sylvia Ratnasamy is a Professor of Computer Science at the University of California, Berkeley, whose work focuses on the design and implementation of networked systems.
Murphy McCauley
murphy (at) berkeley.edu
Murphy McCauley is a grad student that has been knocking around the Networked Systems Lab at Berkeley for a pretty long time. His favorite layer of the networking stack is layer 3.5 because it took him to SIGCOMM last year!
Teaching Assistants
michaelc (at) berkeley.edu
(Head TA)
he/him/his

~ With Shenker he works, for four years he lurks,
~ Combs through data privacy research with appearance forbidding,
~ Scowling and frowning in the elusive search for joy,
~ Writes poetry in his free time – kidding!

Silvery Fu
silvery (at) berkeley.edu
(Discussion, Project)
he/him/his

I am a 3rd year graduate student advised by Sylvia. I research in understanding systems and their performance. I research in cloud/edge-native computing too, but have a hard time figuring out what the term means.

Lloyd Brown
lloydbrown (at) berkeley.edu
(Project)
he/him/his

I enjoy playing (saxophone, clarinet), making (logic), and listening to various kinds of music (Pop, EDM, Reggae). I also enjoy playing all different kinds of video games. I’ve only been to Jamaica and Canada outside of the U.S. but I am hoping to add many more countries as soon as possible.

Rafael Felix
rafelix (at) berkeley.edu
(Discussion)
he/him/his

Qué xopá? I am a fourth year CS major from Panamá and Uruguay. I am interested in Networks, Systems, and Security. I love teaching and I’ve taught introductory CS courses both here and in Lima (Perú), as well as organized some events to make CS and hacking more accesible in Panamá. In my free time I enjoy photography, cooking, and traveling to new places and getting immersed in the local culture.

Eyal Sela
ges (at) berkeley.edu
(Discussion, LOST)
he/him/his

I’m a third-year grad studying when and how to use learning-based approaches in systems/networks. I come from New York, and my favorite ice cream is Stewart’s Shops Peanut Butter Pandemonium.

Huilin Chen
huilinchen98 (at) berkeley.edu
(Discussion)
she/her/hers

Hi! I’m a fourth year CS student from Fuzhou, China. In my free time I enjoy cooking, playing the piano, photography and watching cat videos from YouTube. I also enjoy going to national parks. During the previous thanksgiving break, I went on a road trip to Utah with my friends. I highly recommend visiting that place! I’m looking forward to this semester with you all!

jameszhu (at) berkeley.edu
(Discussion)
he/him/his

Hello there! I’m a fourth year EECS student from the Chicago area. At Berkeley, I’ve accidentally become a photographer and a 10k runner. I’ve wandered through many fields in the past, among them security, graphics, web development (alas), and astrophysics. I’ve learned here I don’t really know what I’m doing, and I’m okay with that. Just know I take my coffee seriously.

ian.rodney (at) berkeley.edu
(Discussion, LOST)
he/him/his

Hej! I’m a 4th year EECS major originally from Michigan, but really from San Diego. I am a fairly active photographer and traveler, as well as a dormant hiker/runner/driver. My recent trip to New Zealand helped me revive those latter hobbies. I studied abroad in Sweden two years ago and spent the semester exploring Europe (If you haven’t gone abroad–DO!). In terms of networking, my favorite layer is actually Layer 1 because I find RF communications super interesting!

Vasu Vikram
vasumv (at) berkeley.edu
(Discussion)
he/him/his

Hi everyone! I’m a senior EECS major originally from San Diego. In my free time you might find me playing table tennis, melee, or many intense board games with friends. I also really enjoy watching basketball. Looking forward to a fun semester!

Zhihong Luo
zhluo (at) berkeley.edu
(Project)
he/him/his

I am a first-year PhD student advised by Scott and Sylvia. I am broadly interested in networked systems. In my spare time, I like playing basketball and table tennis. Sadly, I am frequently crossed over by Chris Branner-Augmon.

Tian Qin
tianqin (at) berkeley.edu
(Discussion, Project)
he/him/his

Hi! I’m an EECS Master’s student doing research in consensus algorithms. What brighten my day are >85% chocolate, basketball, and blockchain. I am bad at singing but still try. Cooking is fun too! Looking forward to learning networking together.

Shriya Vohra
shriya.vohra (at) berkeley.edu
(Discussion)
she/her/hers

Hi there! I’m Shriya, a fourth-year EECS major from North Carolina. I love listening to Bollywood music, going to the beach, and eating ice cream. When I’m not convincing the world that CS rules, you will find me watching Tasty videos or running near the Berkeley Marina. I’m super passionate about networking and the Internet — can’t wait to share that with all of you :)

Ilian H. Herzi
ilianherzi (at) berkeley.edu
(Discussion)
he/him/his

Hey everyone! I study computer science and biology and I love blending the subjects. I enjoy studying networking, computer vision, and representation learning. In my free time, I like to play soccer (where are my PSG fans?), go surfing, and recently golf (mostly for the Arnold Palmers tbh). I’m excited for this coming semester and I’m very stokked to meet all of you!

Kevin Svetlitski
kevin_svetlitski (at) berkeley.edu
(Discussion)
he/him/his

Hello! I’m Kevin and some things I enjoy are reading science fiction, those new futuristic BART cars, tea, and a fast wired (i.e. Ethernet) internet connection. Academically I am interested in systems as a whole, and am very excited to be teaching 168 this semester!

Jichan Chung
jichang3751 (at) berkeley.edu
(Projects)
he/him/his

I love trying new food. I often check news in the poster wall in the Sather Gate and the Mofitt Library. In my opinion, my hometown Seoul is the coolest place. Lots of food to enjoy, and also safe at night even if you are outside. I like the transport layer because it is where the most of the algorithmic developments in internet are happening, and testing a new algorithm is usually free while testing new hardware can be expensive.

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