Erika S. Mesh

About Me

I am a Visiting Lecturer in the School of Interactive Games and Media as well as a Ph.D. student in the Golisano College of Computing and Information Sciences. My primary interests involve understanding and supporting software engineering process improvement (SPI) decisions for computational science and engineering (CSE) domains. This also extends to other non-research/scientific projects with highly complex or high-value domains. My secondary interests include, in no particular order: program comprehension, requirements engineering, task management and SE knowledge management.
CV

Contact Information & Office Hours

The best way to reach me is via email: esmvcs @ rit.edu

Please email me as needed with questions or to make an appointment.

Spring 2019 (2185) Office Hours (GOL-2573):

Teaching

Current course(s):
IGME-106-02 Game Development and Algorithmic Problem Solving II: MWF 1-2:50pm, GOL-2435
IGME-106-08 Game Development and Algorithmic Problem Solving II: MWF 3-4:50pm, ORN-1370
IGME-609-01 Programming for Designers: TR 9:30-10:45am, ORN-1370

Past course(s):
IGME-105: Game Development and Algorithmic Problem Solving I - Fall 2018
IGME-601: Game Development Processes - Fall 2018
SWEN-261: Introduction to Software Engineering - Fall 2017, Spring 2018
CSCI-603: Computational Problem Solving - Intersession 2016

Other Resources:

My notes on applying for the NSF GRFP