Papers
Planck versus large scale structure: methods to quantify discordance
Tom Charnock, Richard A. Battye and Adam Moss
Physical Review D 95, 123503 (2017)
arxiv:1703.05959
Deep recurrent neural networks for supernovae classification
Tom Charnock and Adam Moss
The Astrophysical Journal Letters, 837 L28 (2017)
arxiv:1606.07442
CMB constraints on cosmic strings and superstrings
Tom Charnock, Anastasios Avgoustidis, Edmund J. Copeland and Adam Moss
Physical Review D 93, 123503 (2016) - Editor's Suggestion
arxiv:1603.0.1275
Tension between the power spectrum of density perturbations measured on large and small scales
Richard A. Battye, Tom Charnock and Adam Moss
Physical Review D 91, 103508 (2015)
arxiv:1409.2769
Talks and Posters
Seminars
Beginner's guide to neural networks 2: Tips, tricks and techniques
July 2017 Institut d'Astrophysique de Paris
Beginner's guide to neural networks
June 2017 Institut d'Astrophysique de Paris
Machine learning and its application in astronomy and cosmology
November 2016 Queen Mary University of London
Talks
Information maximising non-linear data compression
November 2017 BLSS Munich
Recurrent neural networks and the classification of supernovae
May 2017 ICAP
Machine learning and its application in supernovae classification
November 2016 Nottingham Astronomy talk
Monte Carlo parameter estimation
January 2016 HPC conference (invited speaker)
The state of the tension between the CMB and LSS
November 2015 UKCosmo
September 2015 COSMO15
Tension between the power spectrum of density perturbation measured on large and small scales
December 2014 YTF2014
September 2014 BUSSTEPP2014
Posters
Cosmic string constraints
April 2016 BritGrav2016
February 2016 Tessella competition
Tension between the power spectrum of density perturbations measured on large and small scales
April 2015 BritGrav2015
February 2015 Tessella competition
Workshops
September 2016 ICIC Data Analysis
May 2016 Astronomical Data Analysis (ADA8)
September 2014 BUSSTEPP2014
Positions of Responsibility
At the Institut d'Astrophysique de Paris I am an active member of the academic community, and have created the machine learning journal club (neural networking).

I really enjoyed getting involved with both the academic and social workings of the Nottingham cosmology and particle theory group during my PhD. As well as redesigning the particle theory website, creating the particle theory group advertisement slide and organising social events within the group (including the world famous Charneddy Mince Pies and Christmas Jumpers Party) I have taken on the following roles:
2015-2016 BritGrav16 Organising Committee
2015-2016 Journal Club Organiser
2014-2015 Student Journal Club Organiser
2013-present Website Manager
Outreach
I have also particpated in particle physics outreach aimed at attracting new students to study at the University of Nottingham. Some events that I have attended are:
June 2016 Open Day Particle Physics Talk
October 2015 Particle Physics Masterclass
June 2015 Open Day Particle Physics Talk
October 2014 Particle Physics Masterclass
September 2014 Open Day Particle Physics Talk
June 2014 Open Day Particle Physics Talk