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TNG Allocations - Period AOT41/2020A

Below are listed the time allocations for semester AOT41/2020A (April 1 -- September 30, 2020). See here the schedule of period.


Programme PI Title Instrument Allocation
A41TAC_15V. D'EliaExploring the Universe with Gamma-Ray Burst AfterglowsDOLORES/NICS17.5
A41TAC_22M. LazzarinSpectroscopic investigation of newly discovered comets as background for the ESA Comet Interceptor missionDOLORES/NICS22
A41TAC_23A. SaxenaFollow-up observations on a confirmed z=5.56 quasarNICS4
A41TAC_24M. MontaltoStanding on the shoulders of subgiants: the post-main sequence evolution of planetary systemsHARPS-N 10
A41TAC_25G. CescuttiMeasuring at Intermediate metallicity Neutron Capture Elements (MINCE)HARPS-N 13.5
A41TAC_29V. RipepiSpectroscopic follow-up of Gaia and OGLE newly discovered Classical CepheidsHARPS-N 20
A41TAC_36G. FrustagliRevealing the large exosphere of the highly inflated hot-Jupiter KELT-18 bDOLORES 7
A41TAC_38R. MiddeiThe first NIR very high spectral resolution observations of active galaxies: the study of outflowsNICS, GIANO-B11
A41TAC_45S. BenattiA precise characterisation of the ARIEL starsHARPS-N 9
A41TAC_49D. GandolfiThe TESS/HARPS-N synergy: opening the treasure chest of small planets transiting bright starsHARPS-N 18
Nordic programmes:
A41TAC_19E. KnudstrupPlanetary Migration PatternsHARPS-N, GIARPS27
Confirmed Large Programmes:
A37TAC_31 (GAPS)G. MicelaGAPS2: the origin of planetary systems diversityGIARPS306
A37TAC_13L. OrigliaStellar Population Astrophysics: the detailed, age-resolved chemistry of the Milky Way diskGIARPS81
Long Term Programmes:
A41TAC_8A. PastorelloProbing the latest stages of the evolution of massive stars through observations of interacting transientsDOLORES/NICS20
A41TAC_18S. PiranomonteFollow-up of electromagnetic counterparts of gravitational wave sources at TNGDOLORES/NICS30
A41TAC_54R. SilvottiWanted dead and alive. The first MS+WD binary with a living and a dead planetary systemHARPS-N 1.5

Spanish CAT

Programme PI Title Instrument Allocation
CAT19A_162G. NowakFollow-up of TESS small planet candidates: Precise masses as fundamental parameter for planet structure, distributions and in-depth atmospheric studies.HARPS-N10
CAT20A_14R. BarrenaExploring Abell 76: a strong cool-core cluster of galaxiesDOLORES+MOS2
CAT20A_117J. Lillo BoxPlanet death reloaded: the core of a giant planet revealed before its engulfmentHARPS-N5
CAT20A_121R. Rebolo LópezSearching for Earth-mass planets in solar-type stars with both HARPSHARPS-N7
CAT20A_139C. Cardona GuillénLooking for exoplanets aroung young stars with GIARPS and CARMENESGIARPS2
CAT20A_146S. GeierResolving the quasar selection bias with GaiaDOLORES 2
IAC Service3


Programme PI Title Instrument Allocation
OPT20A_7G. CannizzaroMonitoring of Tidal Diruption EventsDOLORES1
OPT20A_8V. BourrierA helium survey in exoplanets on the edge (Part III)GIARPS2
OPT20A_18A. Gal-YamInfant Supernovae: Observing Massive Stars as they ExplodeDOLORES1
OPT20A_37E. de MooijObserving CO & CO2 in Solar System planets at high spectral resolution to support development of a new exoplanet atmosphere characterisation concept GIANO-B0.5


Programme PI Title Instrument Allocation
ITP19_1E. PalléTESS The survey: from detection to characterization of transiting planets around the brightest and closest starsHARPS-N5
ITP19_2J. Méndez AbreuBulgeless galaxies as a challenge for cold dark matter hierarchical formationDOLORES3