"Probing the nature of dark energy through galaxy redshift surveys with radio telescopes" Duffy (2014a)
I analysed the ability of radio and optical (visible light) telescopes to probe the nature of Dark Energy. I showed that radio telescopes are rapidly improving in capability and although starting from a low base they will rival the best optical telescopes by the time of the Square Kilometre Array (SKA). One issue is that the SKA demands such a large supercomputer that Moore's law might not get us such a machine by the time SKA is built. Reference: Duffy 2014 Annalen der Physik 526, 283D for the Special Issue "The Accelerating Universe".