TNG Allocations - Period AOT34/2016B

Below are listed the time allocations for “semester” AOT34/2016B (September 1, 2016 - March 31, 2017). See the schedule of the period.


Programme PI Title Instrument Allocation
A34TAC_5 S. Ieva Basaltic material in the Solar System: a tale of two parent bodies?NICS 9
A34TAC_8 M. C. Baglio Optical polarimetric monitoring of transient neutron star X-ray binaries in outburstDOLORES 2
A34TAC_9 L. Mancini Two possible exoplanets in extreme environmentsHARPS-N 22
A34TAC_10 S. Albrecht The transition from gaseous to rocky planets; a better understanding with RV measurements of K2 planetsHARPS-N 18
A34TAC_16 V. Neustroev FS Aurigae: the final testDOLORES 3.8
A34TAC_22 N. R. Napolitano Spectroscopy of massive ultra-compact galaxies in the KIDS surveyDOLORES+MOS 28
A34TAC_24 S. Piranomonte Spectroscopic and imaging follow-up of gravitational radiation sources with TNGDOLORES/NICS 40
A34TAC_25 L. Bedin The high frequency of Hot Jupiters in M67HARPS-N 66
A34TAC_27 V. D'Elia Optical polarization monitoring of PG 1553+113 around the foreseen next maximumDOLORES 7.5
A34TAC_30 A. Moretti Looking for quasars in the first Gyr after the Big BangDOLORES 21.5
A34TAC_37 J. Puschnig Discriminating gas excitation mechanisms using near-infrared H2 emission lines in local Lyman Alpha EmittersNICS 25
A34TAC_39 V. Lorenzi Search for a spectroscopic signature of a ring system around Centaur BienorNICS 20
A34TAC_42 V. Nascimbeni Is TiO driving the atmospheric physics of the hottest planets?HARPS-N 12
A34TAC_43 (GAPS) A. Sozzetti GAPS - Completing the Exploration of the Global Architectures of Planetary SystemsHARPS-N 266
A34TAC_44 D. Gandolfi Unveiling the nature of Neptune-sized planets with K2 and HARPS-NHARPS-N 28
Confirmed Long Term Programmes:
A32TAC_5 V. D'Elia Exploring the Universe with Gamma-Ray Burst AfterglowsDOLORES 10
A32TAC_26 E. Dotto Observation in support of the EU NEOShield-2 Program: Physical Characterization of High-profile NEOsDOLORES 24
A32TAC_41 V. Nascimbeni Deeper in the atmosphere: probing the physical conditions at the surface of a planet with HARPS-N.HARPS-N 7



Spanish CAT

Programme PI Title Instrument Allocation
IAC Service Any 2
CAT16B_19 T. Shahbaz Polarimetry as a tool for measuring black hole masses in low-mass X-ray binaries DOLORES 3
CAT16B_25 D. Barrado Navascués The TROY project: confirming the first exotrojan planet HARPS-N 3
CAT16B_43 R. Alonso Sobrino The optical albedo spectrum of a hot Jupiter HARPS-N 2
CAT16B_57 S. Geier Mining the KiDS and VIKING surveys for dust-reddened QSOs DOLORES 2.5
CAT16B_58 E. Pallé Bagó Characterizing the atmosphere of an exoplanet with the Rossiter-McLaughlin effect HARPS-N 2
CAT16B_61 H. J. Deeg Verification and determination of masses of small planets-candidates from the K2 mission HARPS-N 3
CAT16B_100 M. Perger High-precision radial velocity survey to detect low-mass planets around M-type stars HARPS-N 7
CAT16B_111 P. Santos Sanz Observation of stellar occultations by TransNeptunian Objects and Dwarf Planet candidates DOLORES 4 h
CAT16B_119 J. I. González Hernández On the origin of hot Jupiters HARPS-N 1.5
CAT15B_128 J. A. Rubiño Optical validation of the Planck PSZ2 catalogue: the northern sky sources DOLORES 3 (LP)
CAT16A_109 R. Rebolo Searching for Earth-mass planets in solar-type stars with both HARPS HARPS-N 7 (LP)




Programme PI Title Instrument Allocation
OPT16B_3 A. Santerne From Hot Jupiters To Solar System Giants: Filling The Gap (part 2) HARPS-N 2
OPT16B_4 G. Hébrard Pushing the boundaries of obliquity measurements to the longest known transiting giant planet HARPS-N 1
OPT16B_44 R. Kokotanekova Activity-Driven Changes in Cometary Rotation DOLORES 2
OPT16B_73 T. Louden Spatially resolving the atmospheric circulation of a very Hot Jupiter HARPS-N 2




Programme PI Title Instrument Allocation
ITP16_4 B. Gaensicke Evolved planetary systems: A new window into the architecture and composition of other worlds HARPS-N 4
ITP16_6 L. Malavolta The density and internal composition of a transiting planet in Praesepe HARPS-N 4