National Seminar on Microwave and Optical Communication Systems

Workshop on Circuit
Simulation (WCS-2015)
22 July and 23th July,2015
Organized by
Department of Electronics &
Communication Engineering
Swami Vivekananda Institute of Science
and Technology
Swami Vivekananda Institute of Science
Dakshin Gobindapur, P.S.- Sonarpur, Kolkata700145, West Bengal, India.
Objective of the Course Work
During the last decade the enormous growth in the
demand from industry, public and private sectors has
made circuit simulation area of electronics
engineering more challenging.
This course work is aimed for
undergraduate and post graduate students, research
scholars and young teachers who have the passion
and love for circuit simulation. Any one can
simulate a circuit in a circuit simulation software. It
is much faster to build the circuit in the simulator
than in real life. If it does not work at first, no harm
done. It is easy to adjust and improve. Any one can
access any node in the circuit with a click of the
mouse, which makes debugging much faster. You
can try components that you do not have physically.
Circuit simulators are ever more accurate
and are an indispensable tool for electronic
engineers. They reduce development time and
cost.One of the primary advantages of simulators is
that they are able to provide users with practical
feedback when designing real world systems. This
allows the designer to determine the correctness and
efficiency of a design before the system is actually
constructed. Consequently, the user may explore the
merits of alternative designs without actually
physically building the systems. By investigating the
effects of specific design decisions during the design
phase rather than the construction phase, the overall
cost of building the system diminishes significantly.
As an example, consider the design and fabrication
of integrated circuits. During the design phase, the
designer is presented with a myriad of decisions
regarding such things as the placement of
components and the routing of the connecting wires.
It would be very costly to actually fabricate all of the
potential designs as a means of evaluating their
respective performance. After carefully weighing the
ramifications of each design, the best circuit may
then be fabricated.
These two day course work aims at providing an
excellent platform for the budding engineers of
different academic Institution and research scholars
pursuing research in the broad domain of circuit
simulation. All the technical sessions of the program
will be highly informative and enlightening with the
presence of eminent experts.. The audience will
enjoy real-world state-of-the-art scenario when
experts would share their experience and technical
About S V I S T
Swami Vivekananda Institute of Science and
Technology (SVIST) is a self financing engineering
college providing state of art infrastructure and
quality education. It provides a distinctive relevant
combination of academic skills and technical
experience and thereby caters for professional and
personal development of its students.
 It provides wide range of education and
training opportunities of high quality.
 It fosters intellectual development of the
members of the institute.
 It provides service to individuals and
Department of ECE
With excellent infrastructure and highly qualified
and experienced faculty members, the department is
one of the best amongst the colleges affiliated to
WBUT. It maintains a cordial relationship with the
industry. Faculty members, apart from their
academic schedule, take active part in research and
development works.
Circuit Simulation by Proteous/Orcad, Multisim and
Circuit Maker
Organizing Committee
Chief Patron
Dr. Nandan Gupta,
Director, SVIST
Mrs.Barnali Jana
Mrs. Yuthika Jana
Mrs. Sheli Sengupta
Mrs. Mausami Dhara
Mr. Soumyajit Das
Miss Mukta Mitra
Mr. Sayantan Taludar
Prof. P.K.Saha
Professor, SVIST,Ex- Professor, C.U.
Dr. Sonali Sarkar, Principal, SVIST
Program Chair
Mr. Chittajit Sarkar,
Head of the Department, ECE Dept. SVIST
Joint Convenors
Mr. Sheershendu Bhattacharya
Asst.Prof .(ECE Dept.), SVIST
Mr.Arindam Halder
Asst.Prof .(ECE Dept.), SVIST
Program Coordinator
Mr. Anindya Ghosh
Asst.Prof .(ECE Dept.), SVIST
Mr. Subhajit Chatterjee
Asst.Prof .(ECE Dept.), SVIST
Gobindapur. SVIST is at 5 minutes of walking distance
from Gobindapur towards the bye-pass. Rickshaws are
also available from Gobindapur to the college.
Mr. Chittajit Sarkar
Ph no: 8420305890
Email: [email protected]
Mr. Sheershendu Bhattacharya
Ph no: 9830618284
Eligibility for Participation
Any student/technical support staff/Lab instructor of
AICTE approved engineering colleges / Polytechnics
or UGC recognized general degree college can
participate in the workshop.
Program Schedule
2222nd July, 2015
9.30: Registration
10.00: Inauguration
10.30: Tea
11:00-13:00 Technical Sessions-1
13:00-14:00 break
14:00-16:00 Technical Sessions-II
23 July , 2015
Registration fee
Rs. 150 .
Transport and Communication
Mr. Kausik Sarkar
Asst.Prof .(ECE Dept.), SVIST
Mrs Divya Rao
Asst.Prof .(ECE Dept.), SVIST
Mr.Anirban Saha
Asst.Prof .(ECE Dept.), SVIST
SVIST is situated at Gobindapur at distance of 8 K.m.
from Garia & 3 k.m. before Baruipur adjacent to the bye pass road.
Mr. Somnath Roy, Account Officer,SVIST
Mr.Susobhan Ray
Mr. Nabhojit Dutta
Mr. Raju Paul
By Train: Nearest railway station is Baruipur. Avail a
By Bus: Those who want to avail bus, can do so with
Barasat-Baruipur or CTC- Baruipur bus from Garia or
Kamalgazi and will have to get down at Gobindapur
local train (except Budge Budge, Canning, Sonarpur
Local) starting from Sealdha (South) and get down at
Baruipur. Then take auto-rickshaws for Gobindapur.
By Metro: The nearest metro station is Kavi Nazrul
(Garia Bazar). Then take auto-rickshaw for
11:00-13:00 Technical Sessions-III
13:00-14:00 break
14:00-16:00 Technical Sessions-IV
16:00-16:30 Valedictory Sessions &
Certificate distribution
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