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TNG Allocations - Period AOT33/2016A

Below are listed the time allocations for semester AOT33/2016A (March 1 2016 - August 31, 2016). See the schedule of the period.

Programme PI Title Instrument Allocation
A33TAC_1 P. E. Nissen High-precision abundances of elements in Kepler stars with accurate asteroseismic agesHARPS-N 25
A33TAC_5 O. Straniero Searching for the signature of the hot bottom burning in massive AGB starsGIANO 2.5
A33TAC_6 F. Taddia Observing core-collapse supernovae from the intermediate Palomar Transient Factory with the TNGDOLORES 30
A33TAC_7 P. Molaro Preparing the best ESPRESSO: characterizing the possible hosts of an Earth's twinHARPS-N 30
A33TAC_8 S. Piranomonte Spectroscopic and imaging follow-up of gravitational radiation sources with TNGDOLORES/NICS 26
A33TAC_9 B. Balmaverde Opening the infrared window toward the measurement of the host stellar mass intype 1 quasars.NICS 6
A33TAC_10 (GAPS) A. Sozzetti GAPS2 - A Deeper Exploration of the Global Architectures of Planetary SystemsHARPS-N 288
A33TAC_11 S. Albrecht The transition from gaseous to rocky planets; a better understanding with RV measurements of K2 planetsHARPS-N 18
A33TAC_12 A. Mucciarelli Measuring CNO abundances in giant stars of the globular cluster M 2GIANO 21
A33TAC_13 A. S. Bonomo Probing the atmosphere of the hot Jupiter HD 102195 b with GianoGIANO 16
A33TAC_14 J. Puschnig Discriminating gas excitation mechanisms using near-infrared H2 emission lines in local Lyman Alpha EmittersNICS 17
A33TAC_15 D. Gandolfi Unveiling the nature of Neptune-sized planets with K2 and HARPS-NHARPS-N 28
A33TAC_16 A. Moretti Looking for quasars in the first Gyr after the Big BangDOLORES 4
A33TAC_17 V. Nascimbeni Deep in the atmosphere of an extremely irradiated exoplanetHARPS-N 21
A33TAC_19 S. Covino Continuous Polarimetric Monitoring of BlazarsDOLORES 6
A33TAC_20 G. Vietri Eddington ratios and ionized outflows in hyper-luminous quasars at z ~ 2-4NICS 4
A33TAC_22 G. Terreran Feel the feeble breaths of supernovae: spectra of dim transients with TNG+DOLORESDOLORES 15
Confirmed Large 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
CAT16A_15 W. Boschin MOS spectroscopy of CL1821+643: an exceptional cool core cluster hosting a giant radio halo DOLORES 1
CAT16A_16 G. Bernabéu Characterizing the donors in High-Mass X-ray Binaries NICS 1
CAT16A_81 J. I. González High-precision radial velocity survey to detect low-mass planets around M-type stars HARPS-N 7
CAT16A_85 J. L. Ortiz DOLORES 2hrs
CAT16A_95 S. Madonna Faint high-excitation n-capture lines in the NIR spectra of PNe GIANO 1
CAT16A_99 Z. Berdiñas Cool Tiny Beats V: Small planets, activity and pulsation in M dwarfs HARPS-N 5
CAT16A_109 R Rebolo Searching for Earth-mass planets in solar-type stars with both HARPS HARPS-N 7
CAT16A_130 G. Nowak Atmospheric characterisation of hot jupiters transiting averagely bright stars via high resolution spectroscopy HARPS-N 1
CAT16A_134 M. J. Martínez Large amplitude oscillations in stellar prominences HARPS-N 2
CAT15B_128 J. A. Rubiño Optical validation of the Planck PSZ2 catalogue: the northern sky sources DOLORES 3 (LP)




Programme PI Title Instrument Allocation
OPT16A_11 C. Haswell A precisely-targeted radial velocity search for extremely close-in exoplanets: confirming promising candidate signalsHARPS-N 1
OPT16A_14 M. Montalto Characterization of the optical transmission spectrum of a highly inflated exoplanetDOLORES 1.5
OPT16A_30 N. Nikolov Detection of molecules in the atmospheres of the brightest hot JupitersGIANO 4
OPT16A_31 A. Santerne From Hot Jupiters To Solar System Giants: Filling The GapHARPS-N 3
OPT16A_43 E. de Mooij Confirming non-transiting Kepler planet candidates using HARPS-N radial velocity measurementsHARPS-N 0.9
OPT16A_49 D. Ehrenreich SPADES: Sensing Planetary Atmospheres with Differential Echelle SpectroscopyHARPS-N 4




Programme PI Title Instrument Allocation
ITP15_6 C. Snodgrass Comprehensive ground-based characterisation of comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko in parallel with the ESA Rosetta mission DOLORES 2
ITP15_7 J. I. González Towards the detection of super-Earth and Earth like planets around M-dwarf stars HARPS-N 5