Submission Guidelines


  1. Prepare a 1-page synopsis describing the problem statement in a PDF format.
  2. Make sure that your proposal is not among the list of Completed Research Migration Projects or Research Migration Projects in Progress.
  3. Along with the problem statement, the synopsis should include details about the journal/publication from which your work is being migrated. This includes:
    • Title of the paper
    • Name of the journal/publication
    • Author(s)
    • Chapter volume pages
To view a sample synopsis, click here.


Research Migration Project Directory

Prepare a Research Migration Project Directory in a .zip, .tar, or .gz folder. Please follow the guidelines listed below:
  1. Submit the completed circuit simulation files in a zip folder. You should compress the folder in zip format as it is, DO NOT RENAME THE PROJECTS. The folder should contain the following:
    • analysis
    • .bak
    • .cir
    • .cir.out
    • .pro
    • .sch
    • .sub(if subckt is used)
    • cache.bak
    • .lib.xml
      NOTE: Those working on mixed-signal simulation projects(NGHDL or NgVeri) also need to submit the VHDL/Verilog files in the above zip folder.
  2. Nomenclature related guidelines:
    • Avoid spaces in the eSim project name.
    • There should be no special characters in the project name such as ( ) { } % # @ - $, etc.
  3. You also should submit an abstract in pdf format. The abstract should have the following (Mandatory):
    • Title
    • Theory/ description
    • Circuit diagram(s)
    • Results/ Output (ngspice and/or Python plots)
    • References
  4. The project name should be meaningful and relevant to the circuit proposed.
  5. Give the appropriate names and values to each circuit element.
  6. Give the label to respective nodes to plot the input and output waveform
  7. Use proper device models and subcircuits.
  8. If you are unable to find the desired device models or subcircuits in eSim, contact us at contact-esim[at]fossee[dot]in.
  9. You may join the Slack Channel here for the discussion.
  10. Once you have completed the project, then upload them through the interface only. ** Do not send it through email**.
The completed Research Migration Project will be evaluated on:
  1. The complexity of the Project
  2. Validated results using other sources/references
  3. Quality of the report