In recent years I collaborate extensively with Prof David Clemmer from Indiana University, who is the leading expert in the field of Ion mobility spectroscopy. By joining the fields of action and ion mobility spectroscopy I hope to be able to understand the interplay between the structure and photo-properties of biochromophores. I am also very much involved in giving popular lectures about my work, Physics in general and Mathematical recreations to the general public – in hopes of promoting interest and love for science. Born in Jerusalem Israel, was always interested in Experimental Physics and Recreational Mathematics. Completed regular army service, and then proceeded to study Physics and Mathematics in the Hebrew University in Jerusalem. My master and Ph. D degrees were performed in the Weizmann Institute of science under the supervision of Prof. Daniel Zajfman, where I studied cluster physics using ion beam traps. My post-doctoral work was conducted in the laboratory of Prof. L. H. Andersen in Aarhus University, where I was introduced to the field of action spectroscopy of biochromophores.