Researchers devoted to building supercomputing innovation center

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A group of young researchers are working hard to build a supercomputing innovation center using quantum technology. Founded in 2017, the Zhejiang Lab is a research institute jointly built by the Zhejiang provincial government, Zhejiang University and China’s tech firm Alibaba Group. Zhejiang Province has entered a flood season and the researchers are analyzing an immense amount of meteorological data about temperature, humidity, wind power and satellite cloud pictures in the Yangtze River Delta. In 2019, foreign scientists developed a quantum computer that could finish in 200 seconds a calculation that should take a traditional supercomputer 10,000 years to complete. The achievement inspired the young researchers at the lab.

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