Mailing Lists/Google groups
With the exception of the noticeboard and rankings, the CORE Google groups are for information dissemination from CORE to Australasian academics in CORE member institutions. The rankings group is for international CS academics who want to receive information about the CORE rankings. All emails sent to the Rankings list go also to the Members and Professors lists. The noticeboard group is for members of the CORE community to post information that is of interest specifically to the Australasian CS community. It should not be used for general international conference announcements unless they are being held in Australasia.
They are intended as low volume one-way information dissemination channels. Please join the appropriate groups to receive information.
You may receive a notice saying that you need to have a google account. However, we have verified that users with non gmail mail addresses and no google account, can still be members of a group and will receive emails. Please provide your institutional email in the request message if you are unable to sign up directly using your institutional email. A gmail account is required to post. However these lists are only for notifications and so posting is anyway allowed only by CORE exec and admin. You may not be able to access the googlegroups page without a google account. However this is not actually necessary, as there is no substantial information there beyond the email archives.
This is used for information specific to Professors, such as information about the annual HoDs and Profs meeting. If you have recently become a Computer Science Professor at an Australasian University and are not on the list, please join here . (Note that we require institutional emails but google has made it more difficult to join with such, so please provide your institutional email in the comment and we will manually add you with that address).
This is the list for Heads of the appropriate computer science entity at a CORE member institution (e.g. School, Department, Faculty, etc - one per member institution). It is strongly preferred to use a symbolic address such as firstname.lastname@example.org so that it is constant as people change. If you do use a personal email please help us to keep this list current by adding/removing yourself as you take on or leave this role. Join here. (Note that we require institutional emails but google has made it more difficult to join with such, so please provide your institutional email in the comment and we will manually add you with that address).
This is the list we will use for most CORE information. You must be an academic staff member at a CORE member university to join this group. It is intended to include all non-professorial Computer Science academic staff in member universities. All emails sent to Members is also sent to Professors, so Profs do not need to also be on this list. We have tried to populate this with web data, but if we have missed you, please add yourself. Please encourage new colleagues to add themselves. Join here. (Note that we require institutional emails but google has made it more difficult to join with such, so please provide your institutional email in the comment and we will manually add you with that address).
This is a list for people to post information of particular interest to Australasian Computer Science academics. It is not intended for posting about conferences outside of Australasia. Only members can post. You must be an academic staff member at a CORE member university to join this group. Join here. (Please indicate in the joining comment your role and university).
This is a list for people outside CORE member departments, who wish to be notified regarding CORE's journal and conference rankings activities. Information will always be sent to CORE Members and Professors, so you only need to join this if you are NOT part of the Australasian Computer Science community and want to get this information. Join here. Please provide information on your role/institution and reason for joining in the comment.