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TNG Allocations - Period AOT49/2024A

Below are listed the time allocations for semester AOT49/2024A (April 1, 2024 - September 30, 2024). The schedule of the semester can be found here


Programme PI Title Instrument Allocation
A49TAC_1M. C. PollettaUnlocking the Enigma: Probing DarkMatter, Galaxy Assembly, and Star Formation in a Rare Lensing SystemDOLORES1.9
A49TAC_2V. D’OraziFLUorine abundances in Open cluster M Dwarfs (FLUO-MD)GIARPS14
A49TAC_5R. SilvottiApparently single sdO/B stars have low-mass (planetary) companions,?HARPS-N16.2
A49TAC_6P. CasellaHunting for optical flashes from FRB-like magnetarsSIFAP22.5
A49TAC_7S. CampanaFollow up of Swift XRT real-time transientsDOLORES3
A49TAC_10A. A. JohnPushing radial velocity detection limit towards detecting Earth-twins, by studying granulation phenomenaHARPS-N16
A49TAC_11F. LeoneSuper-slowly rotating Ap starsHARPS-N8.8
A49TAC_12V. E. GianolliThe variability of a candidate Optical/X-ray mismatched quasar SDSS J133127.82+250050.0DOLORES/NICS1.14
A49TAC_13L. IzzoOptical spectroscopy of relativistic supernovaeDOLORES7
A49TAC_14M. Della ValleClassical and recurrent Novae at high-resolution with the TNGDOLORES/HARPS-N7
A49TAC_24S. IevaThe TRANSient NEOs, the missing link in the asteroid-comet-exocomet continuumDOLORES/NICS9
A49TAC_27D. PernaProbing the nature of asteroid 1998 KY26, target of the Hayabusa2 space missionDOLORES4.5
A49TAC_28R. Aloisi/G. MantovanVOYAGERS: Views of Yore: Ancient Gaia-enceladus Exoplanet Revealing Survey HARPS-N ProposalHARPS-N10
A49TAC_35M. ScialpiTNG spectroscopy of dual- and lensed- AGN candidates from QUAIADOLORES27
A49TAC_36C. CampaHunting for optical activity from quiescent magnetarsSIFAP212
A49TAC_37T. GianniniToward the comprehension of the eruptive accretion: spectroscopic follow-up of EXors/FUors alerted by GaiaDOLORES/NICS36
A49TAC_38G. IllianoChasing for optical pulsations from accreting millisecond pulsars in outburstSIFAP24.5
A49TAC_40T. GianniniAccretion dynamics of EXor sourcesDOLORES/NICS/GIARPS14.5
A49TAC_41G. IllianoHunting down elusive optical pulsations from a candidate transitional millisecond pulsarSIFAP215
A49TAC_43S. Vissapragada/L. NaponielloThe HARPS-N Hot Neptune InitiativeHARPS-N38
A49TAC_44F. BocchinoThe radio ring around Calvera pulsar: an extreme case of the puzzling class of high galactic latitude SNRsDOLORES12
A49TAC_45F. GuarneriHunting for bright QSOs at high redshift with the Machine-Learning based Reverse Selection methodDOLORES18
A49TAC_46G. GuilluyA search for photoevaporating atmospheres in the upper edge of the Neptunian DesertGIARPS17
A49TAC_47R. La PlacaSearching for optical pulsations from the prototype of black widow pulsarsSIFAP210
A49TAC_48A. Miraval ZanonSearching for optical burst oscillations in the low-mass X-ray binary UW CrBSIFAP28
A49TAC_52V. RipepiGIANO-B abundances of distant Classical CepheidsGIANOB28.2
A49TAC_53A. Garcia PerezThe G4Jy-3CRE catalog: Redshift measurements for powerful radio sources in the southern skyDOLORES18
A49TAC_54G. MantovanORME: Obliquity of tidally young planets through the Rossiter-McLaughlin EffectGIARPS19
A49TAC_59M. M. MessaSearch and characterization of the quiescent optical/NIR counterparts of ultracompact AMXPsDOLORES/NICS14
A49TAC_60N. SannaMonitoring the Li-rich star in the GC M3GIARPS17
A49TAC_64L. TartagliaMulti-messenger observations of powerful cosmic acceleratorsDOLORES9
Ongoing Large Programmes:
A48TAC_28X. DumusquePushing HARPS-N towards detecting temperate terrestrial-mass planets and habitable-zone Super-EarthsHARPS-N103.5
A48TAC_48S. BenattiThe magnifying glass of HARPS-N & Ariel on the nature of the exoplanets in the Radius ValleyHARPS-N94.5
A48TAC_52F. BorsaBRIDGES: Building a Road to the In-Depth investiGation of Exoplanetary atmospheresGIARPS81
A48TAC_59L. MalavoltaAccurate masses of transiting small planets and their hidden friendsHARPS-N189
A48TAC_66A. SozzettiThe Great HARPS-N hunt for super-Earths and Neptunes interior to outer giant planets detected by GaiaHARPS-N117
Long Term Programmes:
A47TAC_1F. VitoQuasi-simultaneous X-ray and rest-frame UV light-curves of a remarkably variable QSO at the Cosmic DawnDOLORES1
A47TAC_37 G. ValerinCharacterising the elusive interacting transientsDOLORES30
A47TAC_42 A. MelandriExploring the Universe with Gamma-Ray Burst AfterglowsDOLORES/NICS17.5
A47TAC_44 P. D’AvanzoFollow-up of electromagnetic counterparts of gravitational wave sources at TNG during O4DOLORES/NICS28

Spanish CAT

Programme PI Title Instrument Allocation
CAT23A_42J. Maíz ApellánizA very-high-resolution spectroscopic legacy survey of the ISM in absorptionGIARPS5
CAT23B_74I. CarleoUnderstanding the nature of small planets across stellar typesHARPS-N5
CAT24A_11J. Orell MiquelYoung Atmospheres: measuring the primordial composition of newly formed planetsGIARPS3
CAT24A_64J. Lillo-BoxConfirming short period planet neighbours to habitable-zone worldsHARPS-N6
CAT24A_113E. Herrero CisnerosComparative Chemical Abundance Analysis in Ultra-hot JupitersGIARPS4
CAT24A_118E. Palle BagoUncovering the demographics of long period giant planetsHARPS-N4
CAT24A_SIAC ServiceNo titleVarious instruments4


Programme PI Title Instrument Allocation
OPT23B_50H. OsbornMass characterisation of the benchmark multi-planetary system HD 110067 – the brightest star hosting six transiting planetsHARPS-N1
OPT24A_10S. TaubenbergerSpectroscopic confirmation of lensed supernovae to constrain the Hubble constant and supernova progenitorsDOLORES0.8
OPT24A_14A. FranckowiakSpectroscopic follow-up of candidate counterparts to IceCube high-energy neutrinosDOLORES0.3
OPT24A_24D. OszkiewiczSpectral study of basaltic asteroidsNICS2
OPT24A_28F. OnoriUnderstanding the crucial early emission in TDEs with fast-response discovery and high-cadence follow-upDOLORES0.5


Programme PI Title Instrument Allocation
ITP23_10R. LuqueCompleting CHEOPS’ characterization of long-period low-mass planets to decipher planetary structure, formation, and evolutionHARPS-N7