Accepted DDT projects

The list of accepted LOFAR DDT projects is given below.


Project Code




R. Oonk

Radio Recombination Lines Cas A


J. M. Griessmeier

Measuring the energy of Saturns Magnetosphere


R. Courtin

Supplementary observation of Saturns deep atmosphere with LOFAR for the determination of the abundance of water


P. Best

A joint LOFAR deep field: ELAIS-N1


J. Hessels

LOFAR observations of PSR J1713+0747


J. Hessels

150 MHz Pulsar VLBI


J. Hessels

Delving Deeper into the Mystery of Pulsar Mode Switching


G. Heald

Investigating the accretion state of the "missing link" pulsar J1023+0038


J. Broderick

LOFAR observations of the currently active transient XTE J1908+094


L. Gurvits

HI absorption at z>5


D. Mulcahy

Search for possible pulsar located at SNR CTA-1


J. Hessels

Simultaneous X-ray/radio observations of the mode-switching B0943+10


M. Johnson

PS86X1-Interplanetary CubeSat and Thin-Film Spacecraft/Lander/Rover Communications and Navigation Pathfinder Experiment with LOFAR and the LuxSpace 4M Lunar Flyby Mission


J. Hessels

CANDI2: a LOFAR candidate millisecond pulsar


J. Noordam

Simultaeous Observations with LOFAR and (NLR) GNSS receivers


J. Truestedt

The low-frequency structure and jet kinetic power of 1222+216


C. Vocks

LOFAR observations of the partial solar eclipse on 20 March 2015


R. Fallows

LOFAR Observation of the Passage of a Coronal Mass Ejection


J. Broderick

The 2015 V404 Cyg outburst: detecting radio oscillations with LOFAR

 DDT4_003  J. Broderick
  The 2015 V404 Cyg outburst: further monitoring with LOFAR
 DDT4_004  J. Broderick  LOFAR radio follow-up of a trigger
 DDT5_001  J. Hessels
 Characterizing the Low-Frequency Emission Properties of the Unique Repeating Fast Radio Burst FRB121102
 DDT5_002  P. Zarka
 Search of radio emission from the 55 Cnc exoplanetary system
 DDT5_003  Z. Pleunis  Determining the properties of the first millisecond pulsar discovered by LOFAR
 DDT5_004  G. Mann
 Interferometric Tracking of Coronal Mass Ejections with LOFAR
 DDT6_001  S. Straal
 Confirming the first LOFAR pulsar in a Supernova Remnant
 DDT6_002  B. Marcote
 Cygnus X-1 in the hard state: the low radio frequency follow-up
 DDT6_003 C. Bassa
 Time-domain follow up of steep spectrum pulsar candidates
 DDT7_001  J. Eisloeffel  Following-up the first ever detected accretion burst in a high-mass YSO
 DDT7_002  C. Bassa  Determining the properties of the fastest-spinning Galactic field millisecond pulsar
 DDT8_001  C. Bassa  Timing of PSR J0652+47 and testing COBALT-to-DRAGNET recording
 DDT8_002  R. Oonk
 Finishing Cygnus: a new perpspective on the dense, cold gas in the Milky Way
 DDT8_003   J. Chau
  Specular meteor echo observations with LOFAR International Stations
 DDT8_004   D. Michilli
  The properties of the slowest spinning radio pulsar
 DDT8_005   P. Gallagher
  LOFAR Observations of Sep 2017 Solar Activity
 DDT8_006   R. Fallows
Tracking the Full Passage of an Ultra-Fast Coronal Mass Ejection
 DDT9_001   D. Hoang
LOFAR observations of the merging galaxy cluster Abell 2146 
 DDT9_003   C. Bassa
  Time-domain follow up of steep spectrum radio sources
 DDT9_002  J. Broderick  Commissioning follow-up of a ToO
 DDT9_004   R. Fallows
  Calibration of LOFAR Interplanetary Scintillation Data
 DDT9_005  J. Broderick  LOFAR HBA observations of MAXI J1820+070 in outburst
 DDT10-001  J. Broderick  LOFAR observations of MAXI J1820+070 / ASASSN-18ey during a state transition
 E.Polzin Quasi-simultaneous ultra-wide-band observation of the radio eclipse of black widow PSR J2051-0827
 J. Callingham
HI absorption in the most powerful radio-loud quasar at the end of cosmic reionisation
 A. Tuson
Time-domain follow-up of pulsar candidates from the LoTSS Survey
 A. Tuson  Time-Domain Follow-Up of a Variable Source from LoTSS and TGSS
 J. Callingham  A search for exoplanetary radio bursts towards GJ 1151
 DDT11_001  D. Michilli
 Characterization and localization of a new low-frequency repeating Fast Radio Burst source


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