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TNG Allocations - Period AOT40/2019B

Below are listed the time allocations for semester AOT40/2019B (November 1, 2019 - March 31, 2020). The schedule of the period will be published later.

INAF TAC

Programme PI Title Instrument Allocation
(hours)
A40TAC_3E. NardiniAccurately weighing Narrow Line Seyfert black holes with PaαNICS6
A40TAC_5P. PersiDetermining the optical spectral characteristics of the eclipsing star/protostar system Mol 12DOLORES1
A40TAC_6S. AntoniucciGHOsT: GIARPS High-resolution Observations of T Tauri starsGIARPS18
A40TAC_9C. LazzoniA Targeted Search for close-in, high-mass planets and brown dwarf companions to young Brown Dwarfs hostsHARPS-N18
A40TAC_11V. RipepiSpectroscopic follow-up of Gaia newly discovered Classical Cepheids.HARPS-N19.5
A40TAC_13V. D'EliaExploring the Universe with Gamma-Ray Burst AfterglowsDOLORES/NICS9
A40TAC_14A. MucciarelliFluorine in carbon-enhanced metal-poor starsGIANO-B8.5
A40TAC_16G. CescuttiMeasuring at Intermediate metallicity Neutron Capture Elements (MINCE)HARPS-N7.5
A40TAC_20S. IevaSpectroscopic survey of Merxia and Agnia family, a closer look to early differentiation in the Solar SystemDOLORES9
A40TAC_22D. GandolfiThe TESS/HARPS-N synergy: opening the treasure chest of small planets transiting bright starsHARPS-N20
A40TAC_23G. PiottoThe multiple exoplanetary system TOI-561 as a prototype for the TESS/HARPS-N/CHEOPS synergyHARPS-N10.5
Nordic programmes:
A40TAC_17L. TartagliaFollow-up of supernovae of the Zwicky Transient Facility with TNGDOLORES15
Confirmed Large and Long Term Programmes:
A37TAC_31 (GAPS)G. MicelaGAPS2: the origin of planetary systems diversityGIARPS255
A37TAC_13L. OrigliaStellar Population Astrophysics: the detailed, age-resolved chemistry of the Milky Way diskGIARPS99
A38TAC_22R. SilvottiWanted dead and alive. The first MS+WD binary with a ''living'' and a ''dead'' planetary system.HARPS-N5
A38TAC_29S. PiranomonteFollow-up of electromagnetic counterparts of gravitational wave sources at TNGDOLORES/NICS30


Spanish CAT

Programme PI Title Instrument Allocation
(nights)
CAT19A_162G. NowakFollow-up of TESS small planet candidates: Precise masses as fundamental parameter for planet structure, distributions and in-depth atmospheric studiesHARPS-N10
CAT19B_35L. Beitia AnteroCharacterization of nearby High Radial Velocity StarsHARPS-N3
CAT19B_65R. BarrenaDisentangling the dynamical state of the Hydra A cluster with its powerful AGNDOLORES2
CAT19B_102F. Murgas AlcaínoAtmospheric characterization of exoplanets in TESS north hemisphere fieldsHARPS-N1
CAT19B_151C. Cardona GuillénYoung planets in open clusters: the search for exoplanets in FGK stars in the Pleaides and TaurusGIARPS4
CAT19B_154R. Rebolo LópezSearching for Earth-mass planets in solar-type stars with both HARPSHARPS-N4
IAC Service3


OPTICON

Programme PI Title Instrument Allocation
(nights)
OPT19B_8V. BourrierA survey for helium in exoplanets on the edge (Part II)HARPS-N3
OPT19B_53N. BlagorodnovaStellar mergers in the nearby UniverseNICS0.3
OPT19B_39E. de MooijAs hot as an M-dwarf: Characterising the atmosphere of the extremely hot-Jupiter WASP-33bGIARPS2


ITP

Programme PI Title Instrument Allocation
(nights)
ITP19_1E. PalléTESS The survey: from detection to characterization of transiting planets around the brightest and closest starsHARPS-N4
ITP19_2J. Méndez AbreuBulgeless galaxies as a challenge for cold dark matter hierarchical formationDOLORES3