While the state-of-the-art spectrometer is being developed, the NSF-NASA partnership will establish an exoplanet-related Guest Observer research program on the WIYN telescope with existing instrumentation at WIYN. Call for proposals are issued by NOAO and due on the normal semester schedule - Deadlines are the last day in September for the following “A” semester (February 1 – July 31) and the last day in March for the following “B” semester (August 1 – January 31). Proposal submission information can be found at http://ast.noao.edu/observing/proposal-info. NASA plans to provide modest funding to selected PIs to cover partial cost of travel, observation, data analysis and publication.

• Call for NASA Exoplanet GO Proposals (due October 1, 2018)

WIYN schedule for approved programs

• Selected proposals: 2018B (below), 2018A, 2017B, 2017A, 2016A, 2016B, 2015B

2018B GO Awards
# PI Institution Title
1 Angelle Tanner Mississippi State University Infrared, high-cadence photometric monitoring of Boyajian's Star
2 Natalie Gosnell Colorado College Clusters with K2: systematics from membership and binarity
3 Verne Smith National Optical Astronomy Observatory Accurate Stellar Characterization for Kepler Extended Mission (K2) Exoplanet Host Stars
4 Kevin Hardegree-Ullman IPAC/Caltech Characterizing Low Mass Stars in the TESS Northern Continuous Viewing Zone
5 Andrew Mann University of North Carolina Chapel Hill Studying Young Planets with TESS
6 Knicole Colon NASA Goddard Space Flight Center Characterizing K2 and TESS Exoplanets with Near-Infrared Transit Photometry
7 Steve Howell NASA Ames Research Center K2 Exoplanet Candidates: Small Planet Validation and Host Star Binarity
8 Catherine Clark Lowell Observatory NESSI Survey of Potential Low-Mass Exoplanet Hosts
9 Rachel Matson NASA Ames Research Center Close Binary Companions in Exoplanet Host Stars
10 Andrei Tokovinin National Optical Astronomy Observatory Orbital architecture of triple stars as a tracer of disc migration
11 Daniel Nusdeo Georgia State University K-KIDS: The NESSI Imaging Survey for Companions to More Than 1000 K Dwarfs at Solar System Scales
12 David Ciardi IPAC/Caltech Determining the True Kepler Occurrence Rates: Correcting for Stellar Multiplicity
13 Joshua Winn Priceton University Validation of Exoplanets from K2 Campaigns 16-18