About Me

My name is Matthew C. Digman. I attended Dartmouth College where I graduated with high honors in physics. My undergraduate research with Professor Robert Caldwell focused on gravitational waves in anisotropic spacetimes.

I am currently a fifth year PhD student in physics in the Center for Cosmology and AstroParticle Physics at The Ohio State University. My advisor is Professor Chris Hirata. I have worked on a broad range of topics, including forecasting super-sample covariance for weak lensing surveys, high cross section dark matter, and forecasting measurements possible with LISA. My current research interests include gravitational wave astronomy, dark matter direct detection, and weak gravitational lensing.