Before you start learning more about mcc and contacting people, it is important for you to have an idea on the different roles of the people and institutions involved so you can drive more efficiently your steps in getting involved. The three institutions/people you'll be in contact from now on are:
The typical steps students follow during mcc registration include contacting the master directors for advice on the learning process, course contents and selection of optional courses, following administrative procedures using the UIMP web application and looking for financial support.
It is possible for research centers and universities to get their labs included in the list of places where students can stay for the practical work of module 2 (from 1 to 2 months). External researchers can also get involved as advisors of master thesis and (later) PhD thesis. Starting next year (2012 edition) it will be also possible for courses taught by external teachers to get included among the specialization courses offered as part of the 3rd module of the master.
If you are interested in any of these possibilities or would like to propose any other way in which you or your lab could get involved in mcc teaching, dont hesitate contacting the mcc directors.