Aleksander Simonic is a student of mathematics at the Faculty of Mathematics and Physics, University of Ljubljana. In his BSc thesis, he focused on hyperbolic complex geometry, which continues to attract his attention. The central aim of this article is to spark a nonexpert's interest in this exciting area of complex analysis. Aleksander is also concerned with the Riemann zeta function and the history of mathematics. He enjoys classical music, especially orchestral pieces (Mahler's symphonies).

Faculty Sponsor: Franc Forstnerič, University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Mathematics and Physics, Department of Mathematics