About Adam Dimech
Dr. Adam Dimech is a plant scientist, photographer and blogger who lives with his wife in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.
Dr. Adam Dimech works as a government research scientist within Agriculture Victoria at the Department of Economic Development, Jobs, Transport & Resources (DEDJTR). He is based at the Centre for AgriBiosciences (AgriBio) on the grounds of La Trobe University in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.
Dr. Dimech currently manages Agriculture Victoria's two multimillion-dollar plant phenotyping facilities, where he co-ordinates research across two sites. Adam conducts research using a LemnaTec Scanalyser 3D phenomics platform which uses imager to measure plant growth and other important traits. Adam combines his skills in plant physiology, morphology, horticulture, photography and computer programming to contribute to this exciting new frontier in plant sciences research.
Dr. Dimech was awarded a PhD in Horticultural Science from the University of Melbourne in 2007. Previous to that, he graduated with an Honours degree in Horticultural Science from Burnley College. Dr. Dimech has also worked previously at the University of Melbourne and Royal Botanic Gardens Melbourne.
Dr. Dimech is fascinated by plant physiology and thoroughly enjoys working with plants. You can find a list of his research publications here.
Dr. Adam Dimech is an enthusiastic photographer and licences his images via Photologium. Dr. Dimech’s photography has been featured in a wide range of publications, including newspapers, books and magazines. He also enjoys gardening and travel.
On weekends, Adam sells plants with his wife at community markets across Melboune under the name Plants by Adam.
Dr. Dimech is a member of the Victorian Branch Council which governs the activities of the Community & Public Sector Union.
Between 2016-18, Dr. Dimech was a member of the committee of the Eltham Community Market Stallholders Association Incorporated, including a stint as President between 2017-18. Dr. Dimech was a founding member of Melbourne Heritage Action and before that, served on the council and executive of the University of Melbourne Postgraduate Association between 2003-6.
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