Assistant Professor
Academic family:

Previously, I was a J. L. Doob Research Assistant Professor in the Department of Mathematics at the University of Illinois at UrbanaChampaign.
From January to December 2013, as well as in March and April of 2015, I visited the Max Planck Institute for Mathematics.
Research interests
Analytic number theory, special functions, symbolic and numerical computation, enumerative combinatorics
More specifically, objects of particular interest include
 Apérylike numbers and their properties, particularly supercongruences,
 modular forms and arithmetic differential equations,
 hypergeometric functions, multiple polylogarithms and Mahler measure.
Recent publications
 Sequences, modular forms and cellular integrals
Dermot McCarthy, Robert Osburn, Armin Straub — Preprint — 2017  A modular supercongruence for 6F5: An Apérylike story
Robert Osburn, Armin Straub, Wadim Zudilin — Preprint — 2017  Ramanujan's Formula for ζ(2n+1)
Bruce C. Berndt, Armin Straub — Preprint — 2017  Crouching AGM, hidden modularity
Shaun Cooper, Jesús Guillera, Armin Straub, Wadim Zudilin — Preprint — 2016  Core partitions into distinct parts and an analog of Euler's theorem
Armin Straub — European Journal of Combinatorics — Volume 57, 2016, Pages 4049
Recent talks
 A gumbo with hints of partitions, modular forms, special integer sequences and supercongruences (Illinois)
2017/03/16 — Number Theory Seminar (University of Illinois at UrbanaChampaign)  Core partitions into distinct parts and an analog of Euler's theorem (JMM)
2017/01/06 — AMS Joint Meetings 2017, Special Session on Partition Theory and Related Topics (Atlanta)  Core partitions into distinct parts and an analog of Euler's theorem (Integers 2016)
2016/10/06 — Integers Conference 2016 (University of West Georgia)  An analog of Euler's theorem on integer partitions (South Alabama)
2016/09/15 — Mathematics Colloquium (University of South Alabama)  Core partitions into distinct parts and an analog of Euler's theorem (Alladi60)
2016/03/19 — International Conference on Number Theory in honor of Krishna Alladi's 60th birthday (University of Florida)