J. L. Doob Research Assistant Professor
From January to December 2013, I visited the Max Planck Institute for Mathematics. Academic parents:

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.
Fall 2014 semester
 Applied Linear Algebra (Math 415)
 IGL project: padic properties of sequences and finite state automata
 Number Theory Seminar
 Graduate Student Number Theory Seminar
Recent publications
 Densities of short uniform random walks in higher dimensions
Jonathan M. Borwein, Armin Straub, Christophe Vignat — Preprint — 2015  Congruences for Fishburn numbers modulo prime powers
Armin Straub — International Journal of Number Theory — 2015  Special values of trigonometric Dirichlet series and Eichler integrals
Armin Straub — The Ramanujan Journal — Special issue dedicated to Marvin Knopp — 2015  Multivariate Apéry numbers and supercongruences of rational functions
Armin Straub — Algebra & Number Theory — Volume 8, Number 8, 2014, Pages 19852008  On a secant Dirichlet series and Eichler integrals of Eisenstein series
Bruce C. Berndt, Armin Straub — Preprint — 2014
Recent talks
 On a qanalog of the Apéry numbers
2015/05/12 — International conference on orthogonal polynomials and qseries (University of Central Florida)  Supercongruences for Apérylike numbers (AKLS)
2015/03/11 — Seminar AachenKölnLilleSiegen on Automorphic Forms (Universität zu Köln)  Properties and applications of Apérylike numbers (South Alabama)
2015/02/26 — Mathematics Colloquium (University of South Alabama)  Congruences for Fishburn numbers modulo prime powers
2015/01/11 — AMS Joint Meetings 2015, Special Session on Partitions, qSeries, and Modular Forms (San Antonio)  Trigonometric Dirichlet series and Eichler integrals
2014/10/20 — Number Theory and Experimental Mathematics Day (Dalhousie University)