Mr. Daniel Rojas Sanchez

Mr. Daniel Rojas Sanchez

Doctor of Philosophy Student
Department of Chemical Engineering

Chemical Engineer from UNAM (Mexico City), having worked in a consulting firm as a Business analyst, and now undertaking a PhD in Engineering at Monash University (Melbourne, Australia). Due to graduate by Q2 2021.

Since 2018, I am founder and managing director of Monash BrewLab, Australia’s first student-led brewery at Monash University.

An ambitious professional and avid learner with a passion for preserving the environment, with a proven record of dynamic leadership, efficient project management, and proficient communication skills. Credited with expertise in data analysis and presentation, research capabilities, and techno-economic-environmental modelling.

It’s my objective to actively engage on projects involving sustainable development, socio-economic and environmental modelling, energy conversion and storage, carbon capture and utilisation, process optimisation, and the application of innovative techniques to tackle environmental problems conjointly with engineering abilities and a scientific formation.

I am also an aspiring participant of the brewing industry, a latent musician, an art and cinema enthusiast, and an advocate for conserving our world to keep exploring every corner of it.


  • Bachelor of Engineering (Honours), Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico (UNAM), 2016


Rojas Sanchez, D, Hoadley, AFA, & Khalilpour, KR 2019, ‘A multi-objective extended input – output model for a regional economy’, Sustainable Production and Consumption, vol. 20, pp. 15–28, doi: 10.1016/j.spc.2019.04.009

Last modified: 05/07/2020