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The 3D distribution of matter in the Universe (or large-scale structure) varies with time due to cosmological processes (gravity, dark energy etc).

This project aims to characterise the distribution of neutral hydrogen at redshifts between 0.1 and 10, when the Universe was (respectively) 1 and 13 billion years younger, using the current cosmological model.

The results derived will be used to inform observational strategies for future radio telescopes.