IGRINS (Immersion GRating Infrared Spectrograph) is a high-resolution (R ~ 45,000), near-infrared (simultaneous coverage of H and K bands) spectrograph developed by Korea Astronomy and Space Science Institute and the University of Texas at Austin. From September 2018, IGRINS will be visiting Discovery Channel Telescope (DCT) until April 2019, which will be its last visit to DCT by the current contract. Here we solicit observing proposals for IGRINS during its visit to DCT.
Some important information is as follows:

- Telescope/Instrument : DCT 4.3m / IGRINS

- Program types:
      * Normal Program: total request time longer than a night.
      * Queue Program: total request time less than a night (see Queue request)

- Deadlines: 
      * Normal Program : 31st August, 2018
      * Queue request : Queue requests are welcome at any time (but see the request form page for more details)

- Queue Request Form : https://goo.gl/forms/HolSmZIqrIxM9qAb2

- Period of Observations : Oct 2018 - Apr 2019

- Author Policy
     * Principal investigator of a proposed program must be a Korean citizen or a resident in Korea who is officially affiliated with a Korean research institute or university.

For more details, please visit IGRINS Call for Proposal web page: http://kgmt.kasi.re.kr/kgmtscience/content/igrinsy2018

Jae-Joon Lee 
on behalf of K-GMT Science Group