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Adam Brin
Software Architect, Research Applications Development
J. Paul Getty Trust
USA

Adam has spent his career at the intersection of cultural heritage and technology, providing consulting and programming services to museums, libraries, and software companies. Adam currently serves as the lead of the Research Applications Development team a the J. Paul Getty Trust. While working on DataArc, he was Director of Technology for Digital Antiquity. As Director of Technology, Adam is responsible for the design, development, and maintenance of tDAR. Other projects include work with NASA, the Internet Archive, and Luna Imaging to create a centralized database of all of NASA’s online images, work with the David Rumsey Map Collection, and work with the University of California and OCLC on their Next Generation Melvyl Project. Adam specializes in developing simple and elegant services for complex projects with unique metadata and technical challenges.