Jun Shin

Jun believes every battery and energy type has unique strengths that can be best harnessed through high quality and thoughtful manufacturing.  And, Jun has been promoting advancement in cell and battery technologies with industry companies and its leaders by primarily focusing on high quality manufacturing practices and safety focused cell and battery technology development.

Uber Technologies Inc. (2018-Present) Leading business development and partnership for energy storage and charge infrastructure system to strategically and organically foster electric Vertical Take Off and Landing (eVTOL) as the next transportation Uber Elevate team for Urban Air Mobility and Infrastructure eco-system.

Business development advisor to all battery program in Uber electrification, micro-mobility and autonomous driving technologies.

Tesla (2012-2018). Senior manager of multiple successful battery technology development programs, global supplier chain and business development roles in Electric Vehicle, Energy Storage System, and Low Voltage (4V-48V) ancillary batteries.

SAFT Battery (2002-2012) Various different roles in lithium ion Engineering (cell/battery prototype, process, program, safety) and management (lean manufacturing, quality - aerospace, operations, EH&S manager, and Facility Industrialization) roles in submarine battery, stealth fighter jet battery, smart missile launcher battery, Unmanned Aerial Vehicle, satellite batteries (communication, scientific and tactical), unconventional and top secret program, etc.

Ciena Telecommunication (2000-2002). Manufacturing Quality Engineer. 

Energizer Battery (1998-2000) Process Quality Engineer.

B.S. in Chemical Engineering from Case Western Reserve University ‘98

M.B.A. from University of Maryland College Park