Here are four places that India will get supercomputers in 2021 – Times of India

Ministry of Science and Technology has released its annual annual review. Like all previous years, it shares key success stories of the Department of Science and Technology for the year 2021.
According to the release, under National Super Computer Mission (NSM), four new supercomputers have been installed at IIT-Hyderabad from July 2021, Nabi- Mohali, CDAC-Bangalore and IIT Kanpur. nsm Provides access to High-Performance Computing (HPC) facilities to approximately 75 institutions and more than thousands of active researchers, academics, working through the Nation Knowledge Network (NKN).
NSM is jointly managed by Ministry of Electronics and IT (MeitY) and Department of Science and Technology (DST) and implemented by Center for Development of Advanced Computing (C-DAC), Pune and Indian Institute of Science (IISc). Is. ), Bangalore.
Among other things, the release talks about the new age technologies that DST helped develop. These include highly stable and non-toxic security inks from nano-materials that emit light (luminescent) due to their unique chemical properties that can counter counterfeiting of branded goods, bank-notes, medicine, certificates, currency . INST scientists have produced electron gas with ultra-high mobility, which can accelerate the transfer of quantum information and signals from one part of a device to another, and enhance data storage and memory. A classification method based on deep learning (DL) networks can evaluate hormone status for breast cancer prognosis. the researchers stay have discovered a new exotic, strange state of materials exposed to an environment that changes their physical properties in the presence of an electromagnetic field, leading to improved quantum technologies that can be tuned to user needs. qualified and controlled.