On 18th and 19th October 2022 the IRAM program committee met in Grenoble to discuss NOEMA and 30m proposals submitted for the winter semester 2022/233. The discussions were organized in two panels which were chaired by Amelie Saintonge (University College London, United Kingdom) and Dmitry Semenov (MPIA, Heidelberg, Germany). 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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We received 86 proposals for the 30m telescope. The total requested telescope time amounts to 3078 hours. This includes 10 proposals requesting short-spacing observations in 261 hours. About 73% of the requested time is dedicated to Galactic science.
The highest rating "A" was given to 13 proposals, and 53 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. We plan to schedule all A-rated proposals 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.
A total of 114 proposals were received for the interferometer, including 2 proposals submitted in the "Large Program" category.
Proposals rated A will be scheduled in priority. 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.