Tomas is engaged in research studying the optimisation of NMR data acquisition and processing, through the use of hybrid analytical, experimental and machine learning techniques.

Tomas began investigating the application of novel nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) techniques to the study of small venom peptides in 2009. His current research focuses on the use of non-traditional signal processing and analysis of NMR data from solution studies of biomolecules. Currently pursing a Doctor of Philosophy at the University of Queensland, Tomas is studying the use of deep learning techniques to facilitate the acquisition and processing of magnetic resonance data.

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