PROPOSALS FOR IRAM TELESCOPES
Winter 2019 Ratings

The IRAM program committee convened in Grenoble on October 22 and 23 to evaluate the proposals submitted for the winter 2019/2020 scheduling period. The discussions were organized in 2 panels which were chaired by Amelie Saintonge (University College London, United Kingdom) and Javier Alcolea (OAN, Madrid, Spain). The authors of each proposal will be informed by letter which will include comments issued by the committee if there are any. As usual, the proposals were classified A (accepted), B (backup), and C (rejected).

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30m telescope Proposals

We received 125 proposals for the 30m telescope. The total requested telescope time amounts to 3770 hours. This includes 11 proposals requesting short-spacing observations in 202 hours. About 58% of the requested time is dedicated to Galactic science.

The highest rating "A" was given to 35 proposals, and 51 proposals were rated "B", i.e. were given backup status. The remaining proposals, although scientifically valuable in most cases, were rated "C". The individual ratings are listed in the table below. All A-rated proposals will be scheduled on the telescope, although some with less time than requested. We expect that about half of the B-rated programs will actually be scheduled. The selection will take into account scientific merit, crowding in certain right ascension ranges, and general aspects of balance. Proposals rated "C" will not get telescope time.

The short spacing proposals will be scheduled on the 30m if they get observed with NOEMA.

The accepted proposals are listed here.
Grade A:
116-19
120-19
123-191
126-191
128-19
129-191
131-19
132-191
134-19
137-19
140-19
143-19
144-19
155-191
163-191
165-191
166-191
167-191
169-191
172-191
175-191
176-191
179-191
180-19
183-191
200-191
202-191
205-191
208-191
210-191
212-191
216-191
218-191
220-191
221-191
Grade B:
114-19
115-19
117-19
119-19
122-19
125-19
133-19
135-19
136-19
139-19
141-19
145-19
147-19
148-19
150-19
151-191
152-191
153-191
158-191
159-191
160-191
161-191
162-191
170-191
171-191
173-191
177-191
178-191
182-191
185-191
186-191
190-191
191-191
192-191
193-191
196-191
198-191
199-191
201-191
203-191
204-191
206-191
207-191
209-191
213-191
217-191
219-191
222-191
223-191
225-191
227-19
Grade C:
118-19
121-19
124-19
127-19
130-19
138-19
142-19
146-19
149-19
154-19
156-19
157-19
164-19
168-19
174-19
181-19
184-19
187-19
188-19
189-19
194-19
195-19
197-19
211-19
214-19
215-19
224-19
226-19
1 with time restrictions
2 with downgraded parts

NOEMA Interferometer Proposals

A total of 117 proposals were received for the interferometer, including 1 proposals submitted in the "Large Program" category.

Proposals rated A will be scheduled. Further time, if it becomes available, will go to the B programs, taking into account scientific merit, crowding in certain right ascension ranges and general aspects of balance. For proposals rated A or B which do not have an IRAM internal collaborator, please consult the list of local contacts.

The accepted proposals are listed here.
Grade A:
W19AM
W19AS
W19AU1
W19AX
W19BN
W19CF
W19DF
W19EB
W19EL
M19AA
Grade B:
W19AA
W19AE1
W19AF
W19AG
W19AH
W19AI
W19AL
W19AN
W19AP1
W19AQ
W19AR2
W19AV3
W19AW2
W19BD
W19BJ
W19BK
W19BL1
W19BR
W19BS
W19BV
W19BZ
W19CA
W19CH
W19CJ
W19CL
W19CR
W19CS2
W19CT
W19CV
W19CW2
W19CX
W19CZ
W19DA
W19DB
W19DD
W19DE
W19DG1
W19DI2
W19DN
W19DO
W19DQ
W19DR
W19DS
W19DT
W19DU
W19EA
Grade C:
W19AB
W19AC
W19AD
W19AJ
W19AK
W19AO
W19AT
W19AY
W19AZ
W19BA
W19BB
W19BC
W19BE
W19BF
W19BG
W19BH
W19BI
W19BM
W19BO
W19BP
W19BQ
W19BT
W19BU
W19BW
W19BX
W19BY
W19CB
W19CC
W19CD
W19CE
W19CG
W19CI
W19CK
W19CM
W19CN
W19CO
W19CP
W19CQ
W19CU
W19CY
W19DC
W19DH
W19DJ
W19DK
W19DL
W19DM
W19DP
W19DV
W19DW
W19DX
W19DY
W19DZ
W19EC
W19ED
W19EE
W19EG
W19EH
W19EI
W19EJ
W19EK
Not rated:
W19EF
1 with time restrictions
2 with downgraded parts
3 time filler