REM - scheduled programmes for AOT-34


Observation programmed for period Sep 2016 - Mar 2017.

This list includes guaranteed time programmes and those submitted to INAF-TAC and successfully approved.
We list here with number 347xx the programmes approved by Chilean CNTAC.
PI can contact REM Team (info@rem.inaf.it) before semester starts if she/he needs particular procedures and will be warned when observations will be performed.

Programmes are listed in descending order of TAC evaluation, from wonderful down to sufficient. Italian and Chilean TAC evaluations are not correlated.

IDTitlePI NameInstituteAllocation
OptIR
34014REM contribution to the world-wide search for an electromagnetic counterpart of a gravitational wave trigger.S. Campana INAF-OA Brera 20 20
34018Hunting for transitional millisecond pulsars with REM. A. Papitto INAF-OA Roma 24 24
34011kiss of the spider pulsar. Searching for 'spiders' in unidentified γ-ray sources R. Mignani INAF-IASF Milano 45 45
34004EXORCISM - a monitoring programme of EXor outbursting sources S. Antoniucci INAF-OA Roma 45.4 45.4
34015Monitoring of X-ray Binaries in outburst with REM P. Goldoni APC/UMR 15 15
34023REM follow-up observations of γ-ray flaring blazars F. D'Ammando INAF-IRA Bologna 34 34
34028A multiwavelength view of the evolving jet in black hole transients P. Casella INAF-OA Roma 12.6 12.6
34021Follow-up and characterisation of DECam fast transients S. Campana INAF-OA Brera 20 20
34002Mira among C Stars, Phase II: The most promizing candidates P. Battinelli INAF-OA Roma 0 18
34020Searching for Fast-radio burst counterparts S. Campana INAF-OA Brera 25 25
34046The effect of Helium on the radii of stars belonging to different stellar populations within Globulars L. Bedin INAF-OA Padova 130 130
34007REM monitoring of the Be/X-ray transient 1A0538-66 L. Ducci IAAT University of Tuebingen 29 42
34017Continous long-term monitoring of Fermi Blazars A. SandrinelliINAF-OA Brera/Univ. Insubria 34 34
34045Short-period radial velocity planets with transits? H. R.A. Jones Univ. Hertfordshire 80 80
34012Optical/NIR monitoring of Fermi-TANAMI Active Galactic Nuclei R. Nesci INAF-IASP 30 30
34756Testing Type II supernovae as cosmological probes at near-infrared wavelengths O. Rodriguez UNAB 20 20
34720Characterizing ASAS-SN Transients: Physical Properties, Progenitors, Distances and Rates J. Prieto UDP 92 92


REM - scheduled programmes for AOT-32


Observation programmed for period Sep 2015 - Feb 2016.

This list includes guaranteed time programmes and those submitted to INAF-TAC and successfully approved.
We list here with number 327xx the programmes approved by Chilean CNTAC.
PI can contact REM Team (info@rem.inaf.it) before semester starts if she/he needs particular procedures and will be warned when observations will be performed.

Programmes are listed in descending order of TAC evaluation, from wonderful down to sufficient. Italian and Chilean TAC evaluations are not correlated.

IDTitlePI NameInstituteAllocation
OptIR
32014AGN as cosmological probes - measuring geometric distances to supermassive black holes D. Watson University of Copenhagen2.87
32035Prompt emission and early afterglows of gamma-ray bursts A. Melandri INAF - OA Brera 100100
32023Monitoring of X-ray Binaries in outburst with REM P. Goldoni APC / UMR 1515
32006EXORCISM - a monitoring programme of EXor outbursting sources S. Antoniucci INAF - OA Roma 21.521.5
32004Probing disk structure in the pre-main sequence stars TWA 30A and 30B with multi-wavelength variability B. Stelzer INAF - OA Palermo 2626
32028Optical & Nir Monitoring Of Bright Supernovae With Rem L. Tartaglia INAF - OA Padova 9090
32034Hunting for transitional millisecond pulsars with REM A. Papitto Space Science Institute CSIC - IEEC 2020
32003The effect of Helium on the radii of stars belonging to different stellar populations within Globulars L. Bedin INAF - OA Padova 130130
32037REM contribution to the world-wide search for an electromagnetic counterpart of a gravitational wave triggerS. Campana INAF - OA Brera 2020
32011Simultaneous monitoring of γ-ray emitting narrow-line Seyfert 1 galaxies with REM and Fermi F. D'Ammando INAF - IRA Bologna 150150
32019Optical/NIR monitoring of Fermi-TANAMI Active Galactic Nuclei R. Nesci INAF - IASP 2020
32039Multi-wavelength radial velocity to confirm the youngest hot Jupiter S. Benatti INAF - OA Padova 77
32009REM monitoring of the Be/X-ray transient 1A0538-66 L. Ducci IAAT University of Tuebingen 2929
32047REM follow-up observations of γ-ray flaring blazars F. D'Ammando INAF - IRA Bologna 7575
32049Continuos long-term monitoring of BL Lac objects A. SandrinelliUniv. Insubria / INAF - OA Brera 3030
32707Probing the inner structure of young stellar disks with spectrophotometric+interferometric observations M. CuréUniversidad de Valparaíso 2424
32773Near-Term Monitoring of PESSTO Supernovae F. Bauer Universidad Catòlica de Chile8888


REM - scheduled programmes for AOT-31


Observation programmed for period Mar 2015 - Aug 2015.

This list includes guaranteed time programmes and those submitted to INAF-TAC and successfully approved.
We list here with number 317xx the programmes approved by Chilean CNTAC.
PI can contact REM Team (info@rem.inaf.it) before semester starts if she/he needs particular procedures and will be warned when observations will be performed.

Programmes are listed in descending order of TAC evaluation, from wonderful down to sufficient. Italian and Chilean TAC evaluations are not correlated.

IDTitlePI NameInstituteAllocation
OptIR
31006Prompt emission and early afterglows of gamma-ray bursts A. Rossi INAF - IASF Bologna 100 100
31038Optical & Nir Monitoring Of Bright Supernovae With Rem L. Tartaglia INAF - OA Padova 90 90
31011Monitoring of X-ray Binaries in outburst with REM P. Goldoni APC / UMR 15 15
31002Optical and radio monitoring of the new transitional msec pulsar binary XSS J12270-4859 D. De Martino INAF - OA Capodimonte 84 84
31041Optical and NIR photometric variability of SPHERE-GTO targets S. Messina INAF - OA Catania 100 100
31005EXORCISM - monitoring EXor outbursting sources S. Antonucci INAF - OA Roma 23.623.6
31037Photometric follow-up of stars hosting candidate extrasolar planets in a nearby open cluster V. Nascimbeni INAF - OA Padova 24 24
31004REM monitoring of the Be/X-ray transient 1A0538-66D L. Ducci IAAT University of Tuebingen 29 42
28024 (1)Simultaneous monitoring of bright blazars with REM and Fermi F. D'Ammando INAF-IRA Bologna 200 200
28002 (1)Miras among the Magellanic Inter-Cloud AGB stars: do they cohabit with the young population?P. BattinelliINAF-Roma 0 70
28005 (1)Miras among Galactic halo carbon stars II P. BattinelliINAF-Roma 0 24
31777Monitoring (candidate) Luminous Blue Variables in the Galaxy and the Large and Small Magellanic CloudsS. Schulze Universidad Catòlica de Chile30 30
31783Near-Term Monitoring of PESSTO Supernovae F. Bauer Universidad Catòlica de Chile50 50
(1) Long Term proposal.

REM - scheduled programmes for AOT-29


Observation programmed for period Mar 2014 - Aug 2014.

This list includes guaranteed time programmes and those submitted to INAF-TAC and successfully approved.
We list here with number 297xx the programmes approved by Chilean CNTAC.
PI can contact REM Team (info@rem.inaf.it) before semester starts if she/he needs particular procedures and will be warned when observations will be performed.

Programmes are listed in descending order of TAC evaluation, from wonderful down to sufficient. Italian and Chilean TAC evaluations are not correlated.

IDTitlePI NameInstituteAllocation
OptIR
29010Ground-based observations for Gaia: Variability monitoring of candidate Spectrophotometric Standard StarsE. Pancino INAF - OA Bologna 56 56
29025Exploring the realm of Time Domain Astronomy: a search for SN shocks-break-out in nearby Swift galaxies S. Campana INAF - OA Brera 41 41
29026Optical & Nir Monitoring Of Bright Supernovae With Rem L. Tartaglia INAF - OA Padova 90 90
29005Prompt emission and early afterglows of gamma-ray burst A. Melandri INAF - OA Brera 100100
29023A multiwavelength view of the evolving jet in black hole transients P. Casella INAF - OA Roma 13 13
29006Probing disk structure in the pre-main sequence stars TWA30 A and TWA30 B with near-infrared variability B. Stelzer INAF - OA Palermo 30 30
29015Optical/NIR observations of Fermi-TANAMI Active Galactic Nuclei R. Nesci INAF - IASP 13 13
29008Monitoring of X-ray Binaries in outburst with REM P. Goldoni APC / UMR 15 15
29027Photometric follow-up of stars hosting candidate extrasolar planets in a nearby open cluster V. NascimbeniINAF - OA Padova 25 25
28024 (1)Simultaneous monitoring of bright blazars with REM and Fermi F. D'Ammando INAF - IRA Bologna 200200
29740Near-Term Monitoring of PESSTO Supernovae F. Bauer Universidad Catòlica de Chile80 80
29783Monitoring (candidate) Luminous Blue Variables in the Galaxy and the Large and Small Magellanic Clouds S. Schulze Universidad Catòlica de Chile40 40
(1) Long Term proposal.

REM - scheduled programmes for AOT-28


Observation programmed for period Sep 2013 - Feb 2014.

This list includes guaranteed time programmes and those submitted to INAF-TAC and successfully approved.
We list here with number 287xx the programmes approved by Chilean CNTAC.
PI can contact REM Team (info@rem.inaf.it) before semester starts if she/he needs particular procedures and will be warned when observations will be performed.

Programmes are listed in descending order of TAC evaluation, from wonderful down to sufficient. This will be reflected in case of conflict of priorities. Italian and Chilean TAC evaluations are not correlated.

IDTitlePI NameInstituteAllocation
OptIR
28000NIR monitoring of local supernovae with REM F. Bufano INAF - OA Catania 75 75
28024Simultaneous monitoring of bright blazars with REM and Fermi F. D'Ammando INAF-IRA Bologna 200 200
28014Prompt emission and early afterglows of gamma-ray burst E. Palazzi INAF-IASF Bologna 100 100
28015Ground-based observations for Gaia: Variability monitoring of candidate Spectrophotometric Standard Stars E. Pancino INAF - OA Bologna 100 100
28005Miras among Galactic halo carbon stars II P. Battinelli INAF-Roma 0 24
28010Confirming and searching for organic ices stratification in two new comets: C/2011 F1 and C/2013 A1. S. Faggi INAF-Osservatorio Astrofisico Arcetri 60 60
28011REM observations of selected CLASH/Frontier Fields clusters M. Nonino INAF - OA Trieste 240240
28002Miras among the Magellanic Inter-Cloud AGB stars: do they cohabit with the youngpopulation? P. Battinelli INAF-Roma 0 70
28006Monitoring of X-ray Binaries in outburst with REM P. Goldoni APC / UMR 15 15
28007The RACE-OC project: stellar rotation and magnetic activity in the young 5-10-Myr open cluster gamma Velorum S. Messina INAF - OA Catania 80 80
28025Continuos Intra-night Photometry of BL Lac objects: PKS 0537-441 and PKS 2155-304, III A. Sandrinelli Univ. Insubria / INAF-Brera 24 24
28012Extremely broadband monitoring of black hole X-ray transients in outburst P.A. Curran ICRAR / Curtin University 8.5 8.5
28804Monitoring Eta Carinae's Next Periastron Passage and the Long-term Recovery from Its Great Eruption M.T. Ruiz Universidad de Chile 3 3
28706Monitoring (candidate) Luminous Blue Variables in the Galaxy and the Large and Small Magellanic Clouds S. Schulze Universidad Catòlica de Chile 30 30
28742Near-Term Monitoring of PESSTO Supernovae F. Bauer Universidad Catòlica de Chile 50 50
28703Calibrating the first age-rotation relations for Gyr old field stars using wide binaries J.S. Jenkins Universidad de Chile 35 35


REM - scheduled programmes for AOT-27


Observation programmed for period Feb 2013 - Jul 2013.

This list includes guaranteed time programmes and those submitted to INAF-TAC and successfully approved.
We list here with number 277xx the programmes approved by Chilean CNTAC.
PI can contact REM Team (info@rem.inaf.it) before semester starts if she/he needs particular procedures and will be warned when observations will be performed.

Programmes are listed in descending order of TAC evaluation, from wonderful down to sufficient. Italian and Chilean TAC evaluations are not correlated.

IDTitlePI NameInstituteAllocation
OptIR
27017NIR monitoring of local supernovae with REM F. Bufano INAF - OA Catania 75 75
27010Simultaneous monitoring of blazars with REM, Fermi, and AGILE F. D'Ammando INAF - IASF Palermo 200200
27022Ground-based observations for Gaia: Variability monitoring of candidate Spectrophotometric Standard Stars E.Pancino INAF - OA Bologna 66 66
27041Looking for GRB repeating afterglows S.D.Vergani INAF - OA Brera 25 25
27042Imaging the inner astronomical units of protoplanetary disks. J.P. Berger ESO 3 3
27029Monitoring of X-ray Binaries in outburst with REM P. Goldoni APC / UMR 15 15
27011Prompt emission and early afterglows of gamma-ray bursts V. D'Elia INAF - OA Roma 100100
27019Deriving rotation periods and activity levels of members of young stellar associations. Part III S. Messina INAF - OA Catania 40 40
27020The effect of Helium on the radii of stars belonging to different stellar populations within ω Centauri. L. Bedin INAF - OA Padova 110110
27009Spectral Energy Distribution of Blazars observed by INTEGRAL R. Nesci INAF - IAPS Roma 6 6
27012Extremely broadband monitoring of black hole X-ray transients in outburst P.A. Curran ICRAR / Curtin University 8 8
27024EXORCISM - A systematic photometric and spectroscopic monitoring of EXor sources. S. Antoniucci INAF - OA Roma 32 32
27006Miras among Galactic halo carbon stars II P. Battinelli INAF - OA Roma 36 36
27043REM observations of selected CLASH fields N. Mario INAF - OA Trieste 240240
27779Calibrating the first age-rotation relations for Gyr old field stars using wide binaries J.S. Jenkins Universidad de Chile 21 21
27708Quantifying dust as it forms in the wind of the carbon-rich component of the 30d WC + O binary CV Ser M. Cure Universidad de Valparaíso 15 15
27704Monitoring Eta Carinae's Next Periastron Passage and the Long-term Recovery from Its Great Eruption M.T. Ruiz Universidad de Chile 3 3
27709NIP of Stars: Near-Infrared Photometric monitoring of Galactic massive star forming regions and very young clustersR. Barba Universidad de La Serena 0 50
27724Near-Term Monitoring of PESSTO Supernovae F. Bauer Pontificia Universidad Catòlica de Chile50 50


REM - scheduled programmes for AOT-26


Observation programmed for period Aug 2012 - Jan 2013.

This list includes guaranteed time programmes and those submitted to INAF-TAC and successfully approved.
We list here with number 267xx the programmes approved by Chilean CNTAC.
PI can contact REM Team (info@rem.inaf.it) before semester starts if she/he needs particular procedures and will be warned when observations will be performed.

Programmes are listed in descending order of TAC evaluation, from wonderful down to sufficient. Italian and Chilean TAC evaluations are not correlated.

IDTitlePI NameInstituteAllocation
OptIR
26023NIR monitoring of local supernovae with REM F. Bufano INAF - OACt 0 75
26034Prompt emission and early afterglow of gamma-ray bursts A. Melandri INAF - OABr 100100
26073A multiwavelength view of the evolving jet in black hole transients P. Casella INAF - OARm 9.99.9
26017The effect of Helium on the radii of stars belonging to different stellar populations within ω CentauriL. Bedin INAF - OAPd 20 20
26004Looking for GRB repeating afterglows S. Vergani INAF - OABr 25 25
26065Simultaneous monitoring of blazars with REM, Fermi, and AGILE F. D'Ammando INAF - IASF-Pa / CIFS 200200
26031Continuous photometry of BL Lac objects of PKS 0537-441 and PKS 2155-304 A. Sandrinelli Univ. Insubria / INAF - OABr 24 24
26006Deriving rotation periods and activity levels of members of young stellar associations. Part II S. Messina INAF - OACt 47 47
26002LPV survey in the Sagittarius dwarf spheroidal galaxy P. Battinelli INAF - OARm 0 44
26018Infrared to X-ray broadband monitoring of black hole X-ray transients in outburst P.A. Curran AIM / CEA-Saclay 6 6
26024Monitoring of X-ray Binaries in outburst with REM P. Goldoni APC / UMR 15 15
26074REM monitoring of Misaligned AGNs E. Torresi INAF - IASF-Bo 6 7
26009Accreting X-Ray Binaries: the Infrared and X-Ray connection A. Camero-ArranzInstitut de Ciencies de l'Espai (IEEC-CSIC)0 32
26001Miras amog Galactic halo carbon stars II P. Battinelli INAF - OARm 0 24
26011Accreting X-Ray Binaries: the Infrared and X-Ray connection A. Camero-ArranzInstitut de Ciencies de l'Espai (IEEC-CSIC)0 2.5
26737The hunt for rocky planet transits discovered by radial velocity planet search surveys J.S. Jenkins Universitad Catolica de Chile 100100
26718Monitoring of a Galactic Black Hole in Outburst H.M.L.G. Flohic Universidad Catolica de Chile 15 15
26731Dark shadows in T Tauri disks: Coordinated REM, Mid-IR and Herschel Space Observatory Observations M. Cure Universidad de Valparaiso 5 5


REM - scheduled programmes for AOT-25


Observation programmed for period Feb 2012 - Jul 2012.

This list includes guaranteed time programmes and those submitted to INAF-TAC and successfully approved.
We list here with number 257xx the programmes approved by Chilean CNTAC.
PI can contact REM Team (info@rem.inaf.it) before semester starts if she/he needs particular procedures and will be warned when observations will be performed.

Programmes are listed in descending order of TAC evaluation, from wonderful down to sufficient. Italian and Chilean TAC evaluations are not correlated.

IDTitlePI NameInstituteAllocation
OptIR
25025Simultaneous monitoring of blazars with REM, Fermi, and AGILE F. D'Ammando INAF - IASF Palermo / CIFS 200200
25012Prompt emission and early afterglow of gamma-ray burst A. Rossi TLS Tautenburg 100100
25014Infrared to X-ray broadband monitoring of black hole X-ray transients in outburst P. A. Curran AIM / CEA-Saclay 6 6
25041NIR monitoring of local supernovae with REM F. Bufano INAF - OACt 0 75
25003Ground-based observations for Gaia: Variability monitoring of candidate Spectrophotometric Standard StarsE. Pancino INAF - OABo 140140
25017Monitoring of X-ray Binaries in outburst with REM P. Goldoni APC / UMR - Paris 15 15
25048Accurate properties of transiting Hot Jupiters via telescope defocussing M. Barbieri Observatoire de la Cote d'Azur (OCA) 30 30
25026Photometric follow-up of HAT-South planets L. Mancini Max Planck Institute (MPIA) 32 32
25042A multiwavelength view of the evolving jet in black hole transients P. Casella INAF - OARm 6.76.7
25008Deriving rotation periods and activity levels of members of young stellar associations S. Messina INAF - OACt 40 40
25009Miras amog Galactic halo carbon stars II P. Battinelli INAF - OARm 0 36
25055Characterization of ASTEP transit candidates L. Abe Observatoire de la Cote d'Azur (OCA) 151151
25057Towards automated classification of VVV light curves. Eclipsing binary templates in the Near-IR M. Catelan Universidad Catolica de Chile 0 150
25016A peculiar massive star system in 30 Doradus M. Fraser Queens University of Belfast 8.98.9
25005LPV survey in the Sagittarius dwarf sheroidal galaxy(1) P. Battinelli INAF - OARm 0 70
25735Light Curve Templates in the Near-IR: Towards Automated Classification of VVV Light Curves M. Catelan Universidad Catolica de Chile Long-term 0 75
25703Does the Inner Disk in SAO206462 Harbor a Planet? M. Cure Universitad de Valparaiso 5 5
25731Monitoring of a Galactic Black Hole in Outburst H.M.L.G. FlohicUniversidad Catolica de Chile 15 15
25760The SEEDS of planet Formation: REM Photometric Observations M. Cure Universitad de Valparaiso 1 1
25777Photometric Monitoring and Transit Search of Star from Radial Velocity Surveys J.S. Jenkins Universidad Catolica de Chile 16 16
(1) Very low priority program.


REM - scheduled programmes for AOT-24


Observation programmed for period Aug 2011 - Jan 2012.

This list includes guaranteed time programmes and those submitted to INAF-TAC and successfully approved.
We list here with number 247xx the programmes approved by Chilean CNTAC.
PI can contact REM Team (info@rem.inaf.it) before semester starts if she/he needs particular procedures and will be warned when observations will be performed.

Programmes are listed in descending order of TAC evaluation, from wonderful down to sufficient. Italian and Chilean TAC evaluations are not correlated.

IDTitlePI NameInstituteAllocation
OptIR
24043Prompt emission and early afterglows of gamma-ray bursts L. A. Antonelli INAF - OAR 100100
24021Ground-based observations for Gaia: Variability monitoring of candidate Spectrophotometric Standard StarsE. Pancino INAF - OABo 122122
24031Accreting X-ray binaries: the optical/IR and X-ray connection A. Camero-Arranz NASA MSFC / USRA 1620
24053A search for low-mass planets by timing the transiting exoplanet WASP-6b G. Piotto Università degli Studi di Padova 2424
24026REM photometry of Blazars observed with X-shooter and HESS P. Goldoni APC / UMR - Paris 1616
24013Investigating the near-IR variability of candidate EXORs F. Vitali INAF - OAR 017
24056Simultaneous monitoring of blazars with REM, Fermi and AGILE F. D'Ammando INAF - IASF Palermo / CIFS 200200
24003NIR Monitoring of local Supernovae with REM F. Bufano INAF - OAPd 075
24042Unveiling the nature of four X-ray pulsators E. Nichelli INAF - OAR 01
24025 Monitoring of X-ray Binaries in outburst with REM P. Goldoni APC / UMR - Paris 1515
24032X-ray binaries: the IR/X-ray connection A. Camero-Arranz NASA MSFC / USRA 03.2
24030Multi-band photometric monitoring of symbiotic stars in the Magellanic clouds R. Angeloni Universidad Catolica de Chile 5050
24027Towards automated classification of VVV light curves. Eclipsing binary templates in the Near-IR M. Catelan Universidad Catolica de Chile 0150
24034Optical/NIR observations of the Fermi-TANAMI sources R. Nesci University La Sapienza 1540
24009Miras among halo carbon stars P. Battinelli INAF - OAR 639
24010LPV survey in the Sagittarius dwarf spheroidal galaxy P. Battinelli INAF - OAR 016
24735Light Curve Templates in the Near-IR: Towards Automated Classification of VVV Light Curves M. Catelan Universidad Catolica de Chile 075
24748Monitoring of a Galatic Black Hole in Outburst H.M.L.G Flohic Universidad Catolica de Chile 1515
24731Probing the inner structure of young stellar disks with planet-cleared gaps M. Cure Universidad de Valparaiso 1010


REM - scheduled programmes for AOT-23


Observation programmed for period Feb 2011 - Jul 2011.

This list includes guaranteed time programmes and those submitted to INAF-TAC and successfully approved.
We list here with number 237xx the programmes approved by Chilean CNTAC.
PI can contact REM Team (info@rem.inaf.it) before semester starts if she/he needs particular procedures and will be warned when observations will be performed.

Programmes are listed in descending order of TAC evaluation, from wonderful down to sufficient. Italian and Chilean TAC evaluations are not correlated.

IDTitlePI NameInstituteAllocation
OptIR
23036An REM/Spitzer survey of the optical/IR variability of Young Stellar Objects in Serpens A. Caratti o GarattiDublin Institute for Advanced Studies 1616
23015Understanding the evolution of the very young stars - stellar parameters of TY CrA M. Ammler von Eiff Max Planck Institute 3333
23027REM Monitoring of Blazar in the Agile fields F. D'Ammando INAF - IASF Roma / Univ. degli studi di Roma "Tor Vergata"200200
23073Weekly REM-monitoring of 3C 273 and 3C 279 in support of the VLBA+Swift+Fermi campaign K. Sokolovsky MPIfR 2424
23008Prompt emission and early afterglows of gamma-ray bursts S. Vergani INAF - OABr 100100
23002Monitoring of X-ray Binaries in outburst with REM P. Goldoni APC/UMR - Paris 1515
23062Optical/NIR observations of the Fermi - TANAMI sources R. Nesci University La Sapienza 1510
23047NIR Monitoring of local Supernovae with REM F. Bufano INAF - OAPd 075
23007Ground-based observations for Gaia: Variability monitoring of candidate Spectrophotometric Standard Stars E. Pancino INAF - OABo 129129
23061Continuous photometry of BL Lac objects of PKS 0537-441 and PKS 2155-304 S. Covino INAF - OABr 2424
23030Multi-band Photometric Monitoring of Symbiotic Stars in the Magellanic Clouds R. Angeloni Universidad Catolica de Chile 5050
23001Hunting the nature of the most obscured high energy sources of our Galaxy S. Chaty University Paris Diderot - CEA Saclay 2040
23012Miras among halo carbon stars P. Battinelli INAF - OAR 639
23071Searching for Orbital Periods of Supergiant Fast X-ray Transients M. Falanga International Space Science Institute 8585
23038Towards Automated Classification of VVV Light Curves. Eclipsing Binary Templates in the Near-IR M. Catelan Universidad Catolica de Chile 0150
23011LPV survey in the Sagittarius dwarf spheroidal galaxy P. Battinelli INAF - OAR 017
23735Light Curve Templates in the Near-IR: Towards Automated Classification of VVV Light Curves M. Catelan Universidad Catolica de Chile 075
23750Linking Protoplanetary and Transitional Disk Illumination to Inner Disk Variability M. Cure Universidad de Valparaiso 0.610.86
23789NIP of Stars: Near-Infrared Photometric monitoring of Galactic massive star forming regions and very young clustersR. Barba Universidad de La Serena 016
23781Stellar Activity Monitoring of Transit-Hosting Stars in Support for Exoplanet Atmosphere Observations P. Rojo Universidad Catolica de Chile 200


REM - scheduled programmes for AOT-22


Observation programmed for period Aug 2010 - Jan 2011.

This list includes guaranteed time programmes and those submitted to INAF-TAC and successfully approved.
We list here with number 227xx the programmes approved by Chilean CNTAC.
PI can contact REM Team (info@rem.inaf.it) before semester starts if she/he needs particular procedures and will be warned when observations will be performed.

Programmes are listed in descending order of TAC evaluation, from wonderful down to sufficient. Italian and Chilean TAC evaluations are not correlated.

IDTitlePI NameInstituteAllocation
OptIR
22025An REM/TNG study of IR variability in embedded Young Stellar Objects Caratti o GarattiDublin Institute for Advanced Studies - DIAS092
22039REM monitoring of blazars in the AGILE fields F. D'Ammando INAF/IASF - Roma 200200
22044NIR monitoring of local supernovae with REM F. Bufano INAF - OAPd 075
22085Hunting the nature of the most obscured high energy sources of our Galaxy S. Chaty University Paris Diderot 2040
22018A multiwavelength view of the evolving jet in black hole transients P. Casella University of Southampton 64
22043Prompt emission and early afterglows of gamma-ray bursts E. Palazzi INAF/IASF - Bologna 100100
22008Ground-based observations for Gaia: Variability monitoring of candidate Spectrophotometric Standard StarsE. Pancino INAF - OABo 151151
22079REM photometry of Blazars observed with X-shooter and HESS P. Goldoni APC/UMR - Paris 88
22052Monitoring of X-ray binaries in outburst with REM P. Goldoni APC/UMR - Paris 1515
22041Investigating the Nera-IR variability of candidate EXORs Fa. Vitali INAF - OAR 016.8
22011Miras among halo Carbon stars. Phase Ib: detection of variables P. Battinelli INAF - OAR 020
22028Multi-band Photometric Monitoring of Symbiotic Stars in the Magellanic Clouds R. Angeloni Universidad Catolica de Chile 3040
22026Towards Automated Classification of VVV Light Curves. Eclipsing Binary Templates in the Near-IR M. Catelan Universidad Catolica de Chile 0150
22735Light Curve Templates in the Near-IR: Towards Automated Classification of VVV Light Curves M. Catelan Universidad Catolica de Chile 0110


REM - scheduled programmes for AOT-21


Observation programmed for period Feb 2010 - Jul 2010.

This list includes guaranteed time programmes and those submitted to INAF-TAC and successfully approved.
We list here with number 217xx the programmes approved by Chilean CNTAC.
PI can contact REM Team (info@rem.inaf.it) before semester starts if she/he needs particular procedures and will be warned when observations will be performed.

Programmes are listed in descendng order of TAC evaluation, from wonderful down to sufficient. Italian and Chilean TAC evaluations are not correlated.

IDTitlePI NameInstituteAllocation
OptIR
21701 (CN-055E) Completing the time baseline to build diagnostics for the long-cycle variability of DPVs R. Mennickent Universidad de Concepcion 3535
21702 (CN-089C) Transit Timing Search III: Companions to Extrasolar Planets WASP-2b, -5b, -15b, -16b and -17b Hoyer, Rojo, LópezU. de Chile, Chile. 020
21703 (CN-064) Disk tomography and dynamics: a time-dependent study of known mid-infrared variable young stellar objectsCuré, Motta, Grady Departamento de Fisica y Astronomia, Universidad de Valparaiso 6.25.7
21032REM monitoring of blazars in the AGILE fields F. D'Ammando INAF-IASF Roma / Università degli Studi di Roma Tor Vergata200200
21002Ground-based observations for Gaia: Variability monitoring of candidate Spectrophotometric Standard Stars E. Pancino INAF - OABo 115115
21047Prompt emission and early afterglows of Gamma-Ray Bursts L. A. Antonelli INAF / OA Roma 100100
21060NIR Monitoring of local Supernovae with REM F. Bufano INAF-Osservatorio Astronomico di Padova 075
21011Photometric monitoring of Luminous Blue Variables C. Buemi INAF - OAR 6868
21066REM monitoring of the Classical T Tauri Star MP Muscae A. Maggio INAF - OAPa 99
21024Understanding the evolution of the very young stars - stellar parameters of TY,CrA M. Ammler-von Eiff Georg-August-Universitat Gottingen, Institut fur Astrophysik 4848
21015Miras among halo Carbon stars. Phase I: detection of variables P. Battinelli INAF-OAR 017
21043Monitoring of X-ray Binaries in outburst with REM P. Goldoni APC/UMR 7164 1515
21019Characterization of V-type asteroid in support of DAWN mission M. C. De Sanctis IASF-INAF 500


REM - scheduled programmes for AOT-20


Observation programmed for period Aug 2009 - Jan 2010.

This list includes guaranteed time programmes and those submitted to INAF-TAC and successfully approved.
We list here with number 207xx the programmes approved by Chilean CNTAC.
PI can contact REM Team (info@rem.inaf.it) before semester starts if she/he needs particular procedures and will be warned when observations will be performed.

Programmes are listed in descendng order of TAC evaluation, from wonderful down to sufficient.

IDTitlePI NameInstituteAllocation
OptIR
20078Ground-based observations for Gaia: Variability monitoring of candidate Spectrophotometric Standard StarsE. Pancino INAF, Osservatorio Astronomico Bologna 146146
20052Prompt emission and early afterglows of Gamma-Ray Bursts D. Fugazza INAF, Osservatorio Astronomico Brera 100100
20081Coordinated REM/XMM-Newton monitoring of the twin binary Classical TTauri Star V4046 Sgr A. Maggio INAF - OA Palermo 44
20036Photometric Monitoring of Luminous Blue Variables C. Buemi INAF-OAR 3636
20062Monitoring of X-ray Binaries in outburst with REM P. Goldoni APC/UMR 7164 1515
20057REM Monitoring of Blazars in the AGILE fields F. D'Ammando INAF-IASF Roma / Università degli Studi di Roma Tor Vergata200200
20014The Unique variable V725 Sgr P. Battinelli INAF-OAR 0.550.55
20750Transit Timing Search I I: Companions to Extrasolar Planets WASP-2b, -4b, -5b and -7b S. Hoyer Universitad de Chile, Chile 06
20717REM/ROSS observations of the second eclipsing binary discovered recently in NGC 2204 P. PietrukowiczUniversidad Catolica de Chile 300


REM - scheduled programmes for AOT-19


Observation programmed for period Feb 2009 - Jul 2009.

This list includes guaranteed time programmes and those submitted to INAF-TAC and successfully approved.
We list here with number 197xx the programmes approved by Chilean CNTAC.
The actual time of observations will be decided in a dynamic way by a collaboration between the REM Team and the REM Operating System. PI can contact REM Team (info@rem.inaf.it) before semester starts if she/he needs particular procedures and will be warned when observations will be performed. RTOO winning team can aso contat the REM Operating System by sending it a formated e-mail with their TOO (ask info@rem.inaf.it for details). PI can use a web-based DB to monitor her/his program status.

Programmes are listed in descendng order of TAC evaluation, from wonderful down to sufficient.

IDTitlePI NameInstituteAllocation
OptIR
19004Prompt emission and early afterglows of Gamma-Ray Bursts E. Palazzi INAF / IASF 100100
19005Gaia Calibration Working Group: Monitoring candidate Spectrophotometric Standard Stars against variabilityE. Pancino INAF, Osservatorio Astronomico Bologna 9494
19007Monitoring of X-ray Binaries in outburst with REM P. Goldoni APC/UMR 7164 1515
19013The Unique variable V725 Sgr P. Battinelli INAF-OAR 0.750.75
19008Photometric Monitoring of Luminous Blue Variables C. Buemi INAF - Osservatorio Astrofisico di Catania 6868
19001Hunting the nature of the most obscured high energysources of our Galaxy S. Chaty University Paris Diderot - CEA Saclay 840
19010Search for pulsators in hard X-ray selected Cataclysmic Variables D. de Martino INAF Capodimonte Observatory 6767
19009A multiwavelength view of the evolving jet in black hole transients P. Casella University of Amsterdam 63.6
19006VRIJHK Observations of Blazars in the AGILE fields F. D'Ammando INAF-IASF Roma / Universita degli Studi di Roma "Tor Vergata"100100
19002Understanding the evolution of the very young stars -- stellar parameters of TY,CrA M. Ammler-von EiffCAAUL, Observatorio Astronomico de Lisboa 4848
19014OPTICAL AND NIR MONITORING OF LOCAL SUPERNOVAE M. Della Valle INAF-Napoli/ESO 4080
19016VRIJHK Monitoring of Blazars in the New Gamma-Ray Era S. Ciprini Physics Department, University of Perugia 125125
19012Search for Rapid Variations in 'Narrow Line' Seyfert 1 Nuclei P. Marziani INAF -- Osservatorio Astronomico di Padova 700
19701Completing the time baseline to build diagnostics for the long-cycle variability of DPVs R.E. Mennickent Universidad de Concepcion 3535


REM - scheduled programmes for AOT-18


Observation programmed for period Aug 2008 - Jan 2009.

This list includes guaranteed time programmes and those submitted to INAF-TAC and successfully approved.
We list here with number 187xx the two programmes approved by Chilean CNTAC.
The actual time of observations will be decided in a dynamic way by a collaboration between the REM Team and the REM Operating System. PI can contact REM Team (info@rem.inaf.it) before semester starts if she/he needs particular procedures and will be warned when observations will be performed. RTOO winning team can aso contat the REM Operating System by sending it a formated e-mail with their TOO (ask info@rem.inaf.it for details). PI can use a web-based DB to monitor her/his program status.

Programmes are listed in descendng order of TAC evaluation, from wonderful down to sufficient.

IDTitlePI NameInstituteAllocation
OptIR
18701(CN-004A) A Robotic Survey of Southern-Hemisphere, Blazhko-Type RR Lyrae Stars M. Catelan Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Chile 9595
18702(CN-033C) New diagnostics for Double Periodic Variables based on a study of their bright galactic members R.E. MennickentUniversidad de Concepcion 1919
18001Prompt emission and early afterglows of Gamma-Ray Bursts L. A. AntonelliINAF / Osservatorio Astronomico di Roma 100100
18002Gaia Calibration Working Group: Monitoring candidate Spectrophotometric Standard Stars against variability E. Pancino INAF, Osservatorio Astronomico Bologna 7676
18014A multiwavelenght view of the evolving jet in black hole transients P. Casella University of Amsterdam 55
18011VRIJHK Monitoring of Blazars in the New Gamma-Ray Era S. Ciprini Physics Department, University of Perugia 125125
18004Monitoring of X-ray Binaries in outburst with REM P. Goldoni APC/UMR 7164 1515
18010VRIJHK Observations of Blazars in the AGILE fields D. Impiombato Department of Physics - University of Perugia 125125
18007Multichannel photometric observations of magnetic late-M dwarfs P. Leto INAF - IRA Noto 3636
18006A and B-type stars in open clusters: links between rotational velocity,magnetic field and stellar evolutionL. Fossati University of Vienna 6060
18013Hunting the nature of the most obscured high energysources of our Galaxy S. Chaty D University Paris Diderot - CEA Saclay 840
18005Photometric Monitoring of Luminous Blue Variables C. Buemi INAF - Osservatorio Astrofisico di Catania 3636
18003Follow-up of transients observed by Pi of the Sky K. Malek Center for Theoretical Physics of the Polish Academy of Sciences4040
18016A search for failed GRBs and orphan afterglows in TORTOREM survey A. Guarnieri Dipartimento di Astronomia -Bologna 4040
18015Observations of extrasolar planets in the Near Infrared E. Poretti INAF OA Brera 2020
18017The ellipsoidal light curves of symbiotics in the Magellanic Clouds M. Orio INAF-Osservatorio di Padova 44
18008Multicolor Monitoring of Bright Supernovae M. Della Valle ESO 50100


REM - scheduled programmes for AOT-17


Observation programmed for period Feb 2008 - Jul 2008.

This list includes guaranteed time programmes and those submitted to INAF-TAC and successfully approved.
For the first time we are proud to include two programmes approved by Chilean CNTAC, which we list in the first two rows.
The actual time of observations will be decided in a dynamic way by a collaboration between the REM Team and the REM Operating System. PI should contact REM Team (info@rem.inaf.it) before semester starts if she/he needs particular procedures and will be warned when observations will be performed. PI can use a web-based DB to monitor her/his program status.

Programmes are listed in descendng order of TAC evaluation, from wonderful down to sufficient.

IDTitlePI NameInstituteAllocation
OptIR
17701(CN-014) A Robotic Survey of Southern-Hemisphere, Blazhko-Type RR Lyrae Stars M. Catelan Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Chile 900
17702(CN-047) A diagnostic for Double Periodic Variables based on a study of their bright galactic members. R.E. MennickentUniversidad de Concepcion 3030
17008Prompt emission and early afterglows of Gamma-Ray Bursts P. D'Avanzo INAF / Osservatorio Astronomico di Brera 100100
17001GAIA Calibration Working Group: Monitoring candidate Spectrophotometric Standard Stars against variabilityE. Pancino INAF, Osservatorio Astronomico Bologna 6060
17009VRIJHK Observations of Blazars in the AGILE fields D. Impiombato Department of Physics - University of Perugia 5050
17017Multicolor Monitoring of Bright Supernovae M. Della Valle INAF-Arcetri 4080
17015The RACE-OC project: stellar rotation and magnetic activity in the young 30-Myr open cluster NGC3766 S. Messina INAF-Catania Astrophysical Observatory 5656
17004Photometric Monitoring of Luminous Blue Variables C. Buemi INAF - Osservatorio Astrofisico di Catania 5493
17010Variability of young low mass stars with transitional disks E. Schisano Universita' "Federico II", Napoli 2525
17014Mapping the synchrotron peak of blazars with simultaneous REM-VRIJHK and VLT-VISIR observations S. Ciprini INFN / Physics Dept., University of Perugia 5050
17003Monitoring the spectral shape of southern Blazars in the GLAST era R. Nesci Dipartimento di Fisica, Universita' La Sapienza 1818
17006REM follow-up of transients observed by Pi of the Sky K. Malek Center for Theoretical Physics of the Polish Academy of Sciences8070
17002Monitoring of X-ray Binaries in outburst with REM P. Goldoni APC/UMR 7164 1515
17013The interplay between radial and nonradial pulsations: the V974 Oph case E. Poretti INAF - Osservatorio Astronomico di Brera 1140
17012Multiwavelength monitoring of Be/X-ray binaries J. Fabregat Universidad de Valencia 025
17011Photometric monitoring of HE 1120-0153: a possibly eclipsing spectroscopic binary. P. Bonifacio Observatoire de Paris 18.118.1
17016A search for failed GRBs and orphan afterglows in TORTOREM survey A. Guarnieri Dipartimento di Astronomia -Bologna 180180
17005Non-radial $g$-modes in early A-type stars? The case of HR6139 L. Mantegazza INAF - Osservatorio Astronomico di Brera 3030


REM - scheduled programmes for AOT-16


Observation programmed for period Aug 2007 - Jan 2008.

This list includes guaranteed time programmes and those submitted to INAF-TAC and successfully approved.
The actual time of observations will be decided in a dynamic way by a collaboration between the REM Team and the REM Operating System. PI will be warned when observation will be scheduled and performed.
A Programme DB is in internal commissioning phase and will be operative during this AOT semester.

Priority, as indicated by TAC-INAF from A(wonderful) to E(fair, but...), will drive the choice of programmes to be fit in the available time. Total amount of hour for AOT-16 programmes can be fitted completely in the semester, but down time, both technical and meteo, will possibly affect this optimistic consideration.

IDTitlePI NameInstituteAllocationPriority
OptIR
16051Prompt emission and early afterglows of Gamma-Ray Bursts L.A. AntonelliINAF / Osservatorio Astronomico di Roma 100100A
16046Monitoring of X-ray Binaries in outburst with REM P. Goldoni APC/UMR 7164 1515B
16003VRIJHK observations of blazars in the AGILE fields G. Tosti Department of Physics --- University of Perugia5050B
16012GAIA CalibrationWorking Group: Monitoring candidate Spectrophotometric Standard Stars against variabilityE. Pancino INAF, Osservatorio Astronomico Bologna 1170B
16042Photometric follow-up of five young stars with planet candidates E. Guenther Thuringer Landessternwarte Tautenburg 5.55.5B
16055Multicolor Monitoring of Bright Supernovae M. Della ValleINAF-Arcetri 4080B
16052The Chilean Robotic Supernova Search (CROSS) G. Pignata Universidad de Chile 1400B
16013VRIJHK monitoring of blazars S. Ciprini Physics Department, University of Perugia 5050C
16044The very early phases of angular momentum evolution:the case of the L1616 cometary cloud D. Gandolfi INAF-OA Catania 3737C
16001Search for and monotoring organic grains in comet 8P/Tuttle G. P. Tozzi INAF - Osservatorio Astrofisico di Arcetri 010C
16047BeWD stars: stages with circumstellar dust production and possible binarity L. Norci Dublin City University 13.6420.09C
16054The nature of the Blazhko effect in RR Lyr stars E. Poretti INAF OA Brera 600C
16043The RACE-OC project: rotation and magnetic activity in NGC 6716 S. Messina INAF-Catania Astrophysical Observatory 4545D
16002A multisite campaign on pre-main sequence d Scuti stars PDS192 and PDS126 S. Bernabei INAF-Osservatorio Astronomico di Bologna 9090D
16045Periodic variability of PMS stars in NGC6530 F. Damiani INAF - Osservatorio Astronomico di Palermo 8624D
16049A search for failed GRBs and orphan afterglows in tortorem survey A. Guarnieri Dipartimento di Astronomia - Bologna 2020E
16053Pilot project for LBV monitoring in the LMC L. Norci Dublin City University 7.0214.21E


REM - scheduled programmes for AOT-15


Observation programmed for period Feb 2007 - Jul 2007.

This list includes guaranteed time programmes and those submitted to INAF-TAC and successfully approved.
The actual time of observations will be decided in a dynamic way by a collaboration between the REM Team and the REM Operating System. PI will be warned when observation will be scheduled and performed.

IDTitlePI NameInstituteAllocation% cmpl
Jul 07
OptIR
15045Accurate photometric calibration of Near Infrared extragalactic survey fields M. Nonino INAF-OAT 0172 49(*)
15008Evolution of angular momentum and solar-like magnetic activity in cluster stars of different ages S. Messina INAF-Catania Astrophysical Observatory 3535 100
15051Improving the period-luminosity relations in the J and K bands for the RR Lyrae of Ω CentauriA. Piersimoni INAF-Osservatorio Astronomico di Teramo 012 25(*)
15030Monitoring of X-ray Binaries in outburst with REM P. Goldoni APC/UMR 7164 1515 RTOO
15028Multicolor Monitoring of Bright Supernovae M. Della ValleINAF-Arcetri 4080 100
15029Photometric survey of metal-poor stars P. Bonifacio Observatoire de Paris 220220 69
15046PMS δ Scuti stars in the young association Upper Scorpius S. Bernabei INAF-Osservatorio Astronomico di Capodimonte 8484 0(*)
15026Prompt emission and early afterglows of Gamma-Ray Bursts S. Covino INAF / Osservatorio Astronomico di Brera 100100 RTOO
15011Rotation periods of very young low-mass stars in the Cha~II star-forming region A. Frasca INAF-OA Catania 3030 100
15044Search for Protostellar Jets in the Vela Molecular Ridge F. Vitali INAF - Osservatorio Astronomico di Roma 070 30(*)
15047Spectral energy distribution of SWIFT-scheduled Blazars R. Nesci Dipartimento di Fisica Universita' La Sapienza 44 100
15027VRIJHK Monitoring of a sample of Blazars G. Tosti Department of Physics --- University of Perugia5050 100


(*) Programmes marked with (*) need infrared observations and will not terminate during AOT-15 due to major technical failure of IR Remir camera. Its cooling system is under maintenance in Cerro Paranal and will we out of service for the whole AOT-15. First observations of AOT-16 could similarly be affected by the maintenance period.