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Bench Talk for Design Engineers

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Bench Talk for Design Engineers | The Official Blog of Mouser Electronics

John Hauschild currently serves as Henkel’s Global Market Strategy Manager for Electronic Components and Industrial Lighting within the company’s Adhesive Technology business unit, where he is focused on setting broad strategic guidance and market insights.

In 2004, Hauschild joined The Bergquist Company (acquired by Henkel in 2014) as a Process Engineer and has since worked in various capacities including process/sourcing engineering, operations management, business management, M&A, as well as marketing. A mechanical engineer by training, he has extensive experience in thermal management solutions and electronic materials applications.

Throughout his extensive cross functional, he has focused on providing reliable, high performance solutions for customers in multiple markets including telecommunications, medical, automotive, lighting, defense & aerospace and power conversion.

Hauschild is passionate about ensuring Henkel materials not only deliver on performance, but also on cost and sustainability objectives. Based in Henkel’s Chanhassen, MN facility, Hauschild holds a Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering from the Trinity College in Hartford, Connecticut.  

Can Covid-19 Really Be Fought with UV Light? John Hauschild
A hot topic for the lighting industry is the question of UV’s effectiveness against Covid-19. While initial research has been positive, it’s shown that using UV to kill Covid-19 pathogens is not as simple as turning on a light switch. We’ll explore why.

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