Matúš Tomko

Matúš Tomko
Name: Mgr. Matúš Tomko, PhD.
Teaching Assistant
Address: Mgr. Matúš Tomko, PhD.
Department of Applied Informatics
Mlynská dolina
824 48 Bratislava
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Winter semester:


  • Computation neuroscience
  • Synaptic plasticity
  • CA1 pyramidal neurons


Tomko, M., Benuskova, L., Jedlicka, P. 2021. Modeling homo- and heterosynaptic plasticity using a new reduced-morphology model of CA1 pyramidal cells. Poster presented at the CNS*2021 – 30th Annual Computational Neurosience Meeting, 03.07.2021 – 07.07.2021. [1]

Tomko M., Beňušková Ľ., Jedlička P., (2021). A new reduced-morphology model for CA1 pyramidal cells and its validation and comparison with other models using HippoUnit. Scientific Reports [online]. 2021. Vol. 11, no. 1, p. 7615. DOI 10.1038/s41598-021-87002-7. Available from: [2]

Tomko M., Jedlička P., Beňušková L. (2020) Meta-STDP Rule Stabilizes Synaptic Weights Under in Vivo-like Ongoing Spontaneous Activity in a Computational Model of CA1 Pyramidal Cell. In: Farkaš I., Masulli P., Wermter S. (eds) Artificial Neural Networks and Machine Learning – ICANN 2020. ICANN 2020. Lecture Notes in Computer Science, vol 12397. Springer, Cham. [3]

Tomko M., Beňušková Ľ., Jedlička P. (2019) Computational model of CA1 pyramidal cell with meta-STDP stabilizes under ongoing spontaneous activity as in vivo. In Kognícia a umelý život XIX, Vydavateľstvo Univerzity Komenského, Bratislava. 118-123. 2019. [4]

Farkaš, I., Takáč, M., Gergeľ, P., Tomko, M.: Kognícia a umelý život 2019. Univerzita Komenského v Bratislave, Bratislava. 2019 [5]

Tomko M. (2018) Computational modeling of heterosynaptic plasticity in the CA1 using STDP-BCM rule. Poster presented at the Giersch Summer School on the Logistics of Neuronal Function / 3rd Giersch International Symposium, 28.8-7.9. 2018, FIAS in Frankfurt, Germany [6]

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