Bloomberg New Energy Finance predicts electric vehicle sales will overtake internal combustion engines within just over 20 years, thanks in part to battery prices coming down sooner than most expect. With every large automaker now working on battery-powered cars, engineers must focus on making new energy vehicles more powerful and efficient than ever before.

Advanced adhesive technologies improve battery life and long-term performance, protect critical electronics, enable lightweighting and ultimately reduce investment and operating costs through solutions such as:

  • Thermal interface materials -Printed electronic inks -Sealing for cooling chambers 
  • Low pressure molding -Structural bonding

 

Eugene Chung

Business Development Manager, e-Mobility, Henkel Corporation


Eugene Chung is the North American e-Mobility Business Development Manager for the Automotive Component Solutions group with Henkel Corporation. He brings business development experience from managing... Henkel's adhesive portfolio in the metals industry. Previous to that role, Chung held the position of Application Engineer in the in the ACS team focusing on EE-NEV adhesive solutions which included leading key technical initiatives such as optical bonding for automotive displays. Having been with Henkel since 2013, he began his career as a formulation chemist at Hunstman Corporation designing adhesives for the electrical and electronics market. Chung received his degree in Chemistry from the Universityof Texas in 2011 and Executive MBA degree from Michigan State University in 2018. Read More

Mark Amberg

Business Development Manager, Electric Vehicle Components, Henkel


Mark Amberg is the Market Segment Manager for the Electric Vehicle segment of Henkel Adhesive Electronics. He has been in mulitple positions within Henkel and the legacy Bergquist Company for the last... 20 years, and prior worked for Media Relations, a marketing company based in Minneapolis. He currently resides in the Twin Cities of Minnesota. Read More