People in the DIMENSIONS project
DIMENSIONS is highly interdisciplinary and has an international research team with members from Bergen, Oslo, Sweden and U.S.A.
University of Bergen
The project manager is prof. law, Linda Gröning (University of Bergen). She has strong legal and interdisciplinary skills, specific expertise on criminal insanity, proven expertise in leading large projects, in addition to unique experience from the law commission appointed by the government after the 22 July.
Kim Einar Andreassen / UiB
Unn K. Haukvik (Associate Professor, University of Oslo) is an expert on mental health research on psychosis, transdiagnostic, neuroscientific and forensic perspectives.
University of Pennsylvania
Stephen J. Morse (Professor, University of Pennsylvania) has his expertise in legal philosophy annd psychology/neuroscience in law.
Kim Einar Andreassen / UiB
Susanna Radovic (Associate Professor, University of Gothenburg) is an expertise on philosophy of mind, responsibility and criminal insanity.
Raffaele Rodogno (University of Bergen) has a PhD in Philosophy from the University of St Andrews in Scotland, and has worked with philosophical aspects of criminal law.
Tova Bennet (University of Bergen) has a PhD in Law from Lund University in Sweden, and has worked with criminal responsibility and mental disorder in the Swedish context.
Stephen Mathis (University of Bergen, from 1 August 2022)
- Professor Michael S. Moore (College of Law and the Center for Advanced Studies, Illinois)
- Professor Ingrid Melle (University of Oslo)
- Professor Ian Freckelton (University of Melbourne)
DIMENSIONS is coordinated by the University of Bergen, in collaboration with the following partner institutions:
- Kompetansesenter for sikkerheits-, retts- og fengselspsykiatri, Helse Bergen
- Institute of Clinical Medicine, University of Oslo
- Department of Philosophy, Linguistics, Theory of Science, University of Gothenburg
In addition, The Surrey Centre for Law & Philosophy is a supporting partner of the DIMENSIONS project partcularly given the philosophical and conceptual questions it seeks to illuminate. More information about the Centre can be found here.
Historicizing Intelligence (Research project, University of Oslo)
The implementation and impact of the ultimate penalty in Norway (Research project, Department of Mental Health - NTNU)
Controversies in Psychiatry: Coercive measures and medication (Research project, SIFER - Haukeland University Hospital)
Fare som grunnlag for tvungen psyskisk helsevern: Ein studie av strafferettens farebegrep (PhD project - Martin Mindestrømmen, University of Bergen)