We are thrilled to have you join our rapidly growing organization and want to keep you informed of all the cool and interesting developments happening at QuantumScape. Please take a few minutes to check out our recent highlights.
Third Auto OEM Partner
Introducing QS Campus – the future hub of our upcoming manufacturing initiatives! This expanded footprint in San Jose comprises QS-0 and three new adjacent office buildings, which will support commercialization of our solid-state lithium-metal battery technology. We will continue to operate out of our current office and R&D lab but will transition some teams to the new facility (check with your manager).
Read our announcement or catch a sneak peek in this video.
10-Layer Cell Achieves Final 2021 Milestone – Last month, we released 10-layer battery cell testing data showing 800 cycles at better than one-hour charge rates at 25 °C, achieving the goal we laid out for 2021. With this achievement, QuantumScape hit all 2021 milestones ahead of schedule. Congratulations to the team for this accomplishment!
We’re consistently developing content to help make sense of battery technology and development to non-engineers. Here are some of the latest assets:
We sat down with a few QuantumScapers who were kind enough to share their experiences working at the company and what inspired them to join the team.
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Pamela Fong is QuantumScape’s Chief of Human Resources Operations, leading people strategy and operations, including talent acquisition, organizational development and employee engagement. Prior to joining the company, Ms. Fong served as the Vice President of Global Human Resources at PDF Solutions (NASDAQ: PDFS), a semiconductor SAAS company. Before that, she served in several HR leadership roles at Foxconn Interconnect Technology, Inc., a multinational electronics manufacturer, and NUMMI, an automotive manufacturing joint venture between Toyota and General Motors. Ms. Fong holds a B.S. in Business Administration from U.C. Berkeley and a M.S. in Management from Stanford Graduate School of Business.