Patrick Collison

Patrick Collison

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Patrick Collison

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Patrick Collison (born September 9, 1988), is an Irish scientist and company director from County Limerick. He was the winner of the 41st Young Scientist and Technology Exhibition in 2005 at the age of sixteen. He was also the individual runner-up at the 40th Young Scientist and Technology Exhibition.

Early life

Patrick Collison was born to Lily and Denis Collison in 1988. The oldest of three children (two younger brothers, John and Tommy), Collison took his first computer course when he was eight years old at the University of Limerick and began learning to program computers at the age of ten.

Collison was educated in Gaelscoil Aonach Urmhumhan, Nenagh, before attending Castletroy College in Castletroy, County Limerick.

Young Scientist

He entered the 40th Young Scientist and Technology Exhibition with his project on artificial intelligence (nicknamed 'Isaac' after the famed English physicist whom Patrick admired), finishing as individual runner-up. His project involved the creation of Croma a LISP type programming...
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