View of the Philippe Lamour amphitheatre at SupAgro, Montpellier.

The First Workshop on Reproducible Software Environments for Research and High-Performance Computing will take place in Montpellier, France, November 8–10, 2023.

Amphithéâtre Philippe Lamour
Institut Agro Montpellier (SupAgro)
2 place Pierre Viala
34060 Montpellier

In the spirit of the research session of the Ten Years of Guix event and the earlier French-speaking Workshop on Reproducible Software Environments, this event will gather scientists and high-performance computing (HPC) practitioners—system administrators, engineers, and researchers—to share their experience building robust computational experiments with Guix and related tools. Meet the speakers.


The program spans three days, from Wednesday afternoon to Friday noon.

Wednesday: Software reproducibility

Wednesday afternoon introduces reproducible software deployment with Guix as a foundation for reproducible research workflows.

Thursday: Introductory tutorials & experience reports

Thursday morning will feature tutorials about Guix and related development tools by great experienced people. In the afternoon, research software engineers, system administrators, and scientists will share their experience with Guix in HPC and research.

Friday: More tutorials!

Friday morning will conclude the events with tutorials to get you up to speed with Guix—from installation to packaging and cluster administration.


Attendance is free—as in “freedom” and as in “gratis”—but we kindly ask you to register so we can arrange tutorials and catering.

Code of Conduct

This event is subject to the Code of Conduct of the Guix project. Please be sure to read it beforehand.

If you witness violations of the code of conduct during the event, please get in touch with the organizers or email, a private email alias that reaches the organizers.

Program Committee

The Program Committee is composed of the following people:

  • Céline Acary-Robert (Université Grenoble-Alpes, GRICAD)
  • Pierre-Antoine Bouttier (CNRS, GRICAD)
  • Ludovic Courtès (Inria)
  • Alexandre Dehne-Garcia (INRAe)
  • Simon Tournier (Université Paris-Cité)

Please email for inquiries.

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