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Observing Awards

Semester 2016-B

IDPITitleTime awarded (hours)
G0005Murphy, Tara(continuation) Search for Variable and Transient Sources in the EOR Fields with the MWA350 (commensal w/ G0009)
G0009Webster, Rachel(continuation) Epoch of Reionisation730
G0021Bhat, RameshTracking interstellar space weather toward timing-array millisecond pulsars (toggle details)

3 (partially commensal with G0027)
G0027Xue, MengyaoPolarimetric Observation of Pulsars with Hexes (toggle details)

32
G0029Meyers, BradleyA Low Frequency Study of Rotating Radio Transients (toggle details)

2
G0030McSweeney, SammyTesting the expanded MWA with high sensitivity observations of 47 Tuc pulsars (toggle details)

1.5
G0031Paul, SourabhDetection of redshifted HI from the Epoch of Reionization using drift scans (toggle details)

30
G0032Croft, SteveBreakthrough Listen on MWA Pilot Study (toggle details)

2 (commensal with G0033)
G0033Tremblay, SteveA pilot ‘blind’ pulsar search at low frequencies using the compact MWA (toggle details)

2
G0034Hancock, PaulA pilot study using the MWA-Hex configurations to search for fast radio transients. (toggle details)

14
G0035Chhetri, RajanHigh time resolution observations of the Interplanetary Scintillation of compact sources in MWA images (toggle details)

3.27


Semester 2016-A

IDPITitleTime awarded (hours)
G0001Bell, Martin(continuation) The MWA Transient Survey (MWATS)30
G0002Cairns, Iver(continuation) MWA Observations of Solar Radio Bursts and the Quiet Sun100
G0004Kaplan, David(continuation) Monitoring the Galaxy with the MWA9
G0005Rowlinson, Antonia(continuation) Search for Variable and Transient Sources in the EOR Fields with the MWA350 (commensal w/ G0009)
G0008Seymour, Nicholas(continuation) A Galactic and Extragalactic All-Sky MWA Survey at 300 MHz210
G0009Webster, Rachel(continuation) Epoch of Reionisation350
G0021Bhat, RameshTracking interstellar space weather toward timing-array millisecond pulsars (toggle details)

12.5 (partially commensal with G0024, G0028)
G0024Tremblay, StevenSearching for FRBs and RRATs in MWA Pulsar Observations (toggle details)

24 (partially commensal with G0021, G0028)
G0025Seymour, NicholasDetection of HI Absorption toward a z~5.3 Radio-loud QSO (toggle details)

4.5
G0026Hancock, PaulA search for intrinsic radio emission from Fireballs with the MWA (toggle details)

14
G0027Ord, StevePolarimetric Tied-Array Observations of Pulsars (toggle details)

6
G0028Shannon, RyanSimultaneous wide-band observations of pulsars with MWA and Parkes (toggle details)

5 (partially commensal with G0021, G0024)
G0029Tremblay, StevenA Pilot Study of Intermittent and Sporadically Emitting Pulsars at Low Frequencies (toggle details)

8



Semester 2015-A

IDPITitleTime awarded (hours)
G0001Bell, Martin(continuation) The MWA long-term radio sky monitor60
G0002Oberoi, Divya(continuation) MWA Observations of Solar Radio Bursts and the Quiet Sun100
G0004Kaplan, David(continuation) Monitoring the Galaxy with the MWA16
G0005Hancock, Paul & Feng, Lu(continuation) Search for Variable and Transient Sources in the EOR Fields with the MWA175 (commensal w/ G0009)
G0008Staveley-Smith, Lister(continuation) A Galactic and Extragalactic All-Sky MWA Survey280
G0009Webster, Rachel(continuation) Epoch of Reionisation175
G0010Ewall-Wice, Aaron(continuation) Constraining X-ray and Dark Matter heating before the Epoch of Reionization (EoR): Further exploration of systematics in calibration with the MWA30
G0016Murphy, Tara(continuation) Search for circularly polarised emission from the youngest exoplanets40
G0017McKinley, BenjaminUsing the Moon to detect the global EoR signal (toggle details)

160
G0018Tremblay, ChenoaDetecting Molecular Lines with the MWA (toggle details)

11
G0019Lonsdale, ColinInvestigation of non-closing digital effects in the MWA correlator (toggle details)

2
G0020Lonsdale, ColinCharacterizing the ionosphere over the MWA under a variety of conditions (toggle details)

20
G0021Bhat, RameshLow-frequency investigations of the Parkes pulsar timing array millisecond pulsars (toggle details)

12
G0022Ord, StephenPursuing the Fast with the First: Pulsar Surveys with the first Operational SKA Pathfinders (toggle details)

12
G0023Tingay, StevenShadowing the Kepler K2 mission with the MWA and SkyMapper (toggle details)

15
G0024Tremblay, StevenPursuing the Fast with the First: FRBs and the First Operational SKA Pathfinders (toggle details)

40
OA002Maan, YogeshUsing the MWA for Confirmatory Detection, Localization and Study of the Lowest Dispersion Measure Pulsar (toggle details)

2



Semester 2014-B

IDPITitleTime awarded (hours)
G0001Bell, Martin(continuation) The MWA long-term radio sky monitor60
G0002Oberoi, Divya(continuation) MWA Observations of Solar Radio Bursts and the Quiet Sun70
G0003Hancock, Paul(continuation) Exploiting the MWA field of view to study scintillation and the structure of turbulence in the Milky Way10.2
G0004Kaplan, David(continuation) Monitoring the Galaxy with the MWA22
G0005Hancock, Paul & Feng, Lu(continuation) Search for Variable and Transient Sources in the EOR Fields with the MWA880 (commensal w/ G0009)
G0008Staveley-Smith, Lister(continuation) A Galactic and Extragalactic All-Sky MWA Survey280
G0009Webster, Rachel(continuation) Epoch of Reionisation880
G0010Ewall-Wice, Aaron(continuation) Constraining X-ray and Dark Matter heating before the Epoch of Reionization (EoR): Further exploration of systematics in calibration with the MWA24
G0015Kitaeff, SlavaSpectral Line Observation toward Galactic Centre and NGC6334 (toggle details)

10
G0016Murphy, TaraA search for circularly polarised emission from exoplanets and ultracool dwarfs (toggle details)

40


Semester 2014-A

IDPITitleTime awarded (hours)
G0001Bell, Martin(continuation) The MWA long-term radio sky monitor40 + 20 comm.
G0002Oberoi, Divya(continuation) MWA Observations of Solar Radio Bursts and the Quiet Sun30
G0003Hancock, Paul(continuation) Exploiting the MWA field of view to study scintillation and the structure of turbulence in the Milky Way4.6 + 5 comm.
G0004Kaplan, David(continuation) Monitoring the Galaxy with the MWA16.5
G0005Kudryavtseva, Nadia(continuation) Search for Variable and Transient Sources in the EOR Fields with the MWA350 (commensal w/ G0009)
D0001Rowell, Gavin(continuation) Technical investigation of H.E.S.S. and MWA linkages for transient source studies10
G0008Staveley-Smith, Lister(continuation) A Galactic and Extragalactic All-Sky MWA Survey140
G0009Webster, Rachel(continuation) Epoch of Reionisation350
G0011Johnston-Hollitt, Melanie

Testing Predictions for Diffuse Radio Emission in Massive Galaxy Clusters (toggle details)

42
G0012Johnston-Hollitt, Melanie

The Horologium-Reticulum Supercluster as a cosmic laboratory to investigate the role of environment on the radio source population (toggle details)

12
OA001Kale, Ruta

Synchrotron emission on cluster and supercluster scales: the Shapley supercluster (toggle details)

3


Semester 2013-B

IDPITitleTime awarded (hours)
G0001Bell, Martin

The MWA long-term radio sky monitor (toggle details)

50
G0002Cairns, IverUnbiased Solar Observations for Burst, Calibration, and Quiet Sun Studies (toggle details)

30
G0003Hancock, PaulExploiting the MWA field of view to study scintillation and the structure of turbulence in the Milky Way (toggle details)

21
G0004Kaplan, DavidMonitoring the Galaxy with the MWA (toggle details)

36
G0005Kudryavtseva, NadiaSearch for Variable and Transient Sources in the EOR Fields with the MWA (toggle details)

353 (commensal w/ G0009)
G0006Offringa, AndreSpectral details of extragalactic point sources (toggle details)

154 (commensal w/ G0009)
D0001Rowell, GavinTechnical investigation of H.E.S.S. and MWA linkages for transient source studies (toggle details)

N/A
G0008Staveley-Smith, ListerA Galactic and Extragalactic All-Sky MWA Survey (toggle details)

114
G0009Webster, RachelEpoch of Reionisation (toggle details)

353
G0010Ewall-Wice, Aaron

Constraining Xray and Dark Matter heating Before the Epoch of Reionization (EoR): Preliminary Observations at Low Frequency with the MWA (toggle details)

16