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TNG Allocations - Period AOT48/2023B

Below are listed the time allocations for semester AOT48/2023B (October 1, 2023 - March 31, 2024). The schedule of the semester can be found here


Programme PI Title Instrument Allocation
A48TAC_3 T. Giannini Toward a coherent view of the eruptive accretion: spectroscopic follow-up of EXors/FUors discovered by Gaia DOLORES/NICS 32.5
A48TAC_4 T. Giannini Accretion dynamics of EXor sources DOLORES/NICS/GIARPS 14.5
A48TAC_5 P. Cambianica Low resolution spectroscopy of the long period comet C/2023 A3 (Tsuchinshan–ATLAS) DOLORES 3
A48TAC_8 S. Campana Follow up of Swift XRT real-time transients DOLORES 7
A48TAC_10 M. Imbrogno Taking the (optical) pulse of the pulsating ULX NGC 7793 P13 SIFAP2 9
A48TAC_13 S. Ieva The TRANSient NEOs, the missing link in the asteroids-comets continuum DOLORES/NICS 9.25
A48TAC_15 G. Mantovan Unveiling the nature of TESS warm giant exoplanets amenable for atmospheric characterisation with JWST HARPS-N 17.5
A48TAC_16 C. Vignali Searching for the missing galactic outflows in low-M* galaxies DOLORES 33
A48TAC_17 A. Migliorini Looking for basaltic asteroids in the middle main belt NICS 17.3
A48TAC_18 F. Leone Super-slowly rotating Ap stars HARPS-N 8.2
A48TAC_19 M. Della Valle Classical Novae at high-resolution with the TNG DOLORES/HARPS-N 7
A48TAC_20 L. Izzo The very early emission in relativistic supernovae at optical wavelengths DOLORES 7
A48TAC_21 G. Illiano Searching for optical millisecond pulsations from an extremely bright Fermi gamma-ray source SIFAP2 15
A48TAC_22 G. Illiano Chasing for optical pulsations from accreting millisecond pulsars in outburst SIFAP2 4.5
A48TAC_25 P. Casella A fast optical look at the accreting neutron star in the ultra-compact binary 4U0614+09 SIFAP2 12
A48TAC_26 P. Casella Hunting for optical flashes from FRB-like magnetars SIFAP2 2.5
A48TAC_27 E. Lusso On the nature of changing-look AGN: variable accretion or variable absorption? DOLORES/NICS 26
A48TAC_30 F. Guarneri QUBRICS-HIGH - Unveiling Luminous High-RedshiftQSOs through the Reverse Selection Approach DOLORES 27
A48TAC_32 A. Biagini Spectroscopical counterpart of photometrical observations of Active Stars HARPS-N 3.25
A48TAC_33 B. Aloisi + G. Mantovan VOYAGERS: Views of Yore: Ancient Gaia-enceladus Exoplanet Revealing Survey HARPS-N Proposal HARPS-N 4.3
A48TAC_34 S. Vissapragada Mass determinations of Neptune-sized planets to support Atmospheric Characterization HARPS-N 35
A48TAC_38 E. Mazzotta Epifani Comets as tools to constrain the structure and dynamics of protoplanetary disks DOLORES 12
A48TAC_39 F. Ricci Discovering the nature of the elusive new population of changing look AGN DOLORES 12
A48TAC_40 L. Pacciani Exploring Mkn 421 variability with SiFAP2 SIFAP2 3
A48TAC_41 M. Giarrusso The quest for a set of polarimetric standards for the solar coronograph Metis on board Solar Orbiter DOLORES 6
A48TAC_51 G. Guilluy A search for photoevaporating atmospheres in the upper edge of the Neptunian Desert GIARPS 15
A48TAC_54 V. Ripepi GIANO-B abundances of distant Classical Cepheids in the anti-centre direction GIANO/GIARPS 26.5
A48TAC_55 G. Israel In search for rapid time variability in the shortest orbital period binary HM Cnc SIFAP2 4
A48TAC_58 A. Papitto Unveiling optical pulsations from an energetic millisecond pulsar SIFAP2 10
A48TAC_61 G. Mantovan Probing the orbital obliquity of tidally young planets through the Rossiter-McLaughlin effect GIARPS 18.2
A48TAC_67 M. Scialpi Dolores spectroscopy of multiple AGN candidates identified with Gaia DOLORES 45
Large Programmes:
A48TAC_28 X. Dumusque Pushing HARPS-N towards detecting temperate terrestrial-mass planets and habitable-zone Super-Earths HARPS-N 103.5
A48TAC_48 S. Benatti The magnifying glass of HARPS-N & Ariel on the nature of the exoplanets in the Radius Valley HARPS-N 94.5
A48TAC_52 F. Borsa BRIDGES: Building a Road to the In-Depth investiGation of Exoplanetary atmospheres GIARPS 81
A48TAC_59 L. Malavolta Accurate masses of transiting small planets and their hidden friends HARPS-N 189
A48TAC_66 A. Sozzetti The Great HARPS-N hunt for super-Earths and Neptunes interior to outer giant planets detected by Gaia HARPS-N 117
Ongoing Long Term Programmes:
A47TAC_37 G. Valerin Characterising the elusive interacting transients DOLORES 30
A47TAC_42 A. Melandri Exploring the Universe with Gamma-Ray Burst Afterglows DOLORES/NICS 17.5
A47TAC_44 P. D’Avanzo Follow-up of electromagnetic counterparts of gravitational wave sources at TNG during O4 DOLORES/NICS 28
A47TAC_45 L. M. Serrano HARPS-N observations of a compact planetary system composed of at least 5 planets HARPS-N 35

Spanish CAT

Programme PI Title Instrument Allocation
CAT23A_42 J. Maíz Apellániz A very-high-resolution spectroscopic legacy survey of the ISM in absorption GIARPS 5
CAT23B_3 I. Marquez Perez Spectroscopy of fossil group galaxies DOLORES+MOS 3
CAT23B_11 N. Álvarez Crespo Spectroscopic observations of gamma-ray detected blazar candidates DOLORES 1
CAT23B_38 I. Carleo A New Look at an Old Classic: HD 80606 b's Spin-Orbit Misalignment Revisited HARPS-N 1
CAT23B_45 J. Orell Miquel Young Atmospheres: measuring the primordial composition of newly formed planets GIARPS 5
CAT23B_60 E. Esparza Borges Unveiling the atmospheres of exoplanets orbiting fast and moderate-rotating bright stars GIARPS 2
CAT23B_74 I. Carleo Understanding the nature of small planets across stellar types HARPS-N 5
CAT23B_91 P. A. Miles Páez Unveiling auroral-like processes in ultra-cool atmospheres GIANO-B 2
CAT23B_110 E. Herrero Cisneros Search for lithium in ultra-hot Jupiters GIARPS 2
CAT23B_113 F. Murgas Alcaíno Measuring the Rossiter-McLaughlin effect for the highly eccentric warm Jupiter TOI-4127b HARPS-N 2x0.5
CAT23B_S IAC Service No title Various instruments 4


Programme PI Title Instrument Allocation
OPT23B_17 P. Rousselot High-resolution spectroscopy of comet C/2021 S3 (PanSTARRS) HARPS-N 1
OPT23B_18 S. Taubenberger Spectroscopic confirmation of lensed supernovae to constrain the Hubble constant and supernova progenitors DOLORES 0.8
OPT23B_26 A. Franckowiak Spectroscopic follow-up of candidate counterparts to IceCube high-energy neutrinos DOLORES 0.3
OPT23B_29 A. Smith Towards the mysterious origin of warm Jupiters HARPS-N 0.7
OPT23B_34 O. Attia A Helium/Rossiter characterization on the edge of the desert GIARPS 2
OPT23B_39 E. Kyritsis Understanding the nature of the most extreme X-ray luminous galaxies DOLORES 2
OPT23B_50 H. Osborn Mass characterisation of the benchmark multi-planetary system HD 110067 – the brightest star hosting six transiting planets HARPS-N 1


Programme PI Title Instrument Allocation
ITP23_10 R. Luque Completing CHEOPS’ characterization of long-period low-mass planets to decipher planetary structure, formation, and evolution HARPS-N 8