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Paul Ramsay (British philanthropist)

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Name  Paul Ramsay

Role  British philanthropist
Paul Ramsay (British philanthropist)

Paul Ramsay is a United States-based British-born philanthropist and computer tycoon.

Paul Ramsay was born in Birmingham, England. He graduated from Birmingham University with a BSc in Mathematics and Computer Science in 1975, an MSc in Computer Science in 1976, and a PhD in Computer Science in 1982. Ramsay worked for several computer companies after moving to California, United States, in 1983. Ramsay helped found US technology company Brocade Communications Systems in 1995.

Ramsay and his wife Yuanbi, who is also a computer scientist, gave Birmingham University's School of Computer Science £1 million towards student bursaries and research. The Paul and Yuanbi Ramsay Bursaries are intended to encourage high-calibre students for whom financial considerations may prevent uptake of a place in the School of Computer Science. Paul and Yuanbi Ramsay were both appointed to the Chancellor’s Guild of Benefactors at Birmingham University The Ramsay’s also set up the Paul and Yuanbi Ramsay Pediatric Endowed Fellowships at Stanford University's Child Health Research Institute in the United States.


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