Born in Cuba (1987), gets her Master Degree in Materials Science at Havana University in July 2013. Later that year, she joined the Printed and Molecular Electronics group at the Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia with an Early Stage Researcher-Marie Curie Fellowship, within the framework of the POCAONTAS (Polymer-Carbon Nanotubes Active Systems for Photovoltaics) project. She got the PhD in Physics at Politecnico di Milano in 2016, with a work based on the development of solution-processable carbon nanotubes in hybrid-organic systems for electronic applications. The multisectoriality of the research group helped her in gaining experience in Organic Field Effect Transistors, Materials for Thermoelectrics applications and Smart Materials Characterization. Between 2013 and 2016 she also collaborated with the Higher Institute of Technologies and Applied Sciences in Havana and become Assistant Professor of the Radiochemistry department of the institute. In 2017, Isis joined the Photonics Devices group as a Post-Doc researcher focusing on the applications of advance technologies for the control of optical components through the employ of organic materials with relevance in the organic electronics field.