The primary work at the Center for Solar System Studies centers on producing lightcurves of asteroids. Current grants have us concentrating on near-Earth objects and the Jupiter Trojans. However, we do observe asteroids in other groups/families such as the Hungarias and Hildas, among others.
To-date, we've published more than 2500 lightcurves, mostly in the Minor Planet Bulletin, which is now considered a refereed journal by the SAO/NASA ADS. Use the search form (opens a new window) to look for a lightcurve of a specific asteroid or in groups based on the asteroid number.