Previous Allocations & Observation Schedules

Previous Allocations & Observation Schedules

    A detailed overview of the LOFAR Cycle allocations and observing schedules can be found here.

    Cycle Allocations

    Cycle Observing Schedules

    Detailed Schedule

    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
    DDT10_002  E.Polzin Quasi-simultaneous ultra-wide-band observation of the radio eclipse of black widow PSR J2051-0827
    DDT10_003  J. Callingham HI absorption in the most powerful radio-loud quasar at the end of cosmic reionisation
    DDT10_004  A. Tuson Time-domain follow-up of pulsar candidates from the LoTSS Survey
    DDT10_005  A. Tuson  Time-Domain Follow-Up of a Variable Source from LoTSS and TGSS
    DDT10_006  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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