Rania Hoteit is the Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer at ID4A. Rania holds a 10 years experience in the field of Industrial and Experience design, Architectural Systems and Technology a rich history of work in cross-disciplinary collaborations with leading global companies in design, technology and business innovation such as Steelcase, General Electrics, Jet Propulsion Lab, NASA and Amtrak and many other private projects. Prior to founding ID4A with her focus on Emerging Technologies in Additive Manufacturing and Industrial Robotic Automation, she co-founded and managed multiple design-centric businesses in Los Angeles while completing her Bachelor of Science at Art Center College of Design and Master of Architecture at the Southern California Institute of Architecture. She was invited upon completing Graduate Studies to teach in the Emerging Systems, Technologies and Media Post-Professional Program for innovative and advanced research accomplishment in graduate thesis. In addition, Rania has a background in engineering studies and experimental sciences. She is leading ID4A's Research and Product Management.
Malek Idriss is the Co-Founder and Chief Technology Officer at ID4A. Malek holds a 10 years experience in the field of Industrial Design, Architecture and Technology, with a history of rigorous cross-disciplinary collaborations with Samsung Design America and many other private clients with the focus on product design and development. Prior to founding ID4A with his focus on Additive Technologies, Data Management and Industrial Robotic Automation, Malek initiated and co-founded multiple design businesses in Los Angeles while completing his Bachelor of Science in Design at Art Center College of Design and Master degree at Southern California Institute of Architecture. Malek was invited to co-teach at Sci-Arc's Emerging Systems, Technologies and Media Post-Professional Program upon his graduation for advanced accomplishments in graduate thesis. Prior, Malek has a background in advertising and got involved in global archeological and anthropological studies. He is currently leading ID4A's Technology Research and Product Development.