COMAP (for CO Mapping Array Pathfinder) is a Radio Telescope to detect high Redshift Carbon Monoxide looking for CO(1-0) in redshift slice z from 2.4 to 2.8 and CO(2-1) in redshift slice z from 5.8 to 6.7. These will be observed in the 30-34GHz range where they will fall after the redshift. The first phase will be an Imaging Spectrometer on a 10m telescope located at Owens Valley Radio Observatory. The goal is mapping the universe during the Epoch of Reionization.
COMAP appears to be a continuation of the "Carbon Monoxide Mapping Array (COMA)" plan, its current name suggesting it is a preliminary scaled-down version.
Carbon Monoxide Mapping Array (COMA)