The 5th edition (2012-13) of the Master is about to finish and we are already organizing the 6th edition (2013-14). During the next days we'll be updating the information in this site for the new edition. In the mean time, if you are interested in the master you can browse the information of the site since the structure of the next edition will be identical, the calendar can only change by a few days and the program and lecturers will be very close to the current edition (2012-13). It will be a pleasure to provide you any additional information you may request by email to the Academic Coordinator (see contact us)
Welcome to the 5th edition (2012/13) of the Master in Crystallography and Crystallization (mcc) of the Official UIMP/CSIC Posgraduate Program. As in previous editions, we are betting on an equilibrated jet innovative program and a selection of excellent teachers to make mcc your choice for Crystallography and Crystallization learning.
Depending on your degree of involvement (newcomer, interested or already involved) a typical journey through this site will be different (see below), but whatever your interest and circumstances don't hesitate contacting us for any information or support you may require and to help us making a better mcc with your suggestions and criticism.
Warm regards from the mcc academic management team
If you prefer a quick introduction to mcc, visit our "In a nutshell" section. For a more detailed description of the master and its structure go to the "About mcc" section. We'll be happy to inform you personally on any aspect of mcc that might be interesting or confusing to you; full contact information is provided in the "Contact us" section.
You may be interested in participating either as a student or as a teacher (receiving students in your lab, teaching open courses...). In either case, the "Students" and "Teachers" sections of our "Getting Involved" page contains information relevant for you. The public part of the "Program & Courses" section shows the details on how learning at mcc is organized. The "Support" section contains information on scholarships, accommodation and location where courses are taught. Also remember that you are always welcome to contact us personally.
If you already registered (or pre-registered) as a mcc student or you are participating as a teacher, you'll spend most of your time in this site around the "Program & Courses" section. Most of the contents of the section are only accessible after login; if you are a registered user or a teacher but don't have an username/password, please ask for it. Other sections of interest to you would be "Crystallography News", "mcc News", "Web Links" and the "Jobs" panel.