News 20190110 - XMM-Newton
XMM-Newton-NEWS #217, 10-Jan-2019XMM-Newton Science Operations Centre at
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- Anticipated timeline for next XMM-Newton Announcement of Opportunity: AO-19
- Let us know about XMM-Newton related Ph.D. and prizes for XMM-Newton results
Anticipated timeline for next XMM-Newton Announcement of Opportunity: AO-19
The planned key milestones for the nineteenth XMM-Newton "Announcement of Opportunity" have been established. Within this AO-19 a new call to submit proposals for observations to be performed with the XMM-Newton observatory will be issued.
To be prepared for this, please find below the anticipated timeline:
|Announcement of Opportunity||20 August 2019|
|Due date for Proposals||11 October 2019 (12:00 UT)|
|Final OTAC approved programme||mid December 2019|
For approved proposals only:
|Start of Phase II proposal submission||8 January 2020|
|Closure of Phase II proposal submission||31 January 2020|
|Start of observations||May 2020|
The official "Announcement of Opportunity" will be made public in the XMM-Newton News and on the XMM-Newton Science Operations Centre Home Page.
Let us know about XMM-Newton related Ph.D. and prizes for XMM-Newton results
As announced in previous issues of this Newsletter the XMM-Newton SOC is collecting information about the completion of doctorates and Ph.D. theses based on (or making use of) XMM-Newton observations.
We would appreciate if you - being a candidate or a supervisor of a doctorate - could let us know details through the pagehttp://www.cosmos.esa.int/web/xmm-newton/phd-theses
We would be grateful if you could inform us (via a message to email@example.com, with subject "Ph.D. thesis work") in case you are aware of theses from, or supervised by, colleagues that make use of XMM-Newton data but are not yet included in the above list.
In addition, the XMM-Newton SOC is compiling a list of prizes won based on XMM-Newton results, seehttps://www.cosmos.esa.int/web/xmm-newton/prizes
Information about such prizes can be sent via e-mail to the Helpdesk (firstname.lastname@example.org) indicating the name of the winner, year, prize name and granting institution.