The work of MCnet is divided into Teams. Although each is named after the MCnetITN3 Beneficiary that coordinates it, several include members of MCnetITN3 academic Partners and individual members from other institutes:

The Manchester team co-ordinates the network, has members from the Universities of Manchester, Cambridge and Cracow and members of the CERN Partner.
The Durham team has members from Durham and Edinburgh Universities.
The Glasgow team has members from the University of Glasgow.
The Göttingen team has members from the Universities of Göttingen and Dresden and members of the Heidelberg Partner.
The Karlsruhe team has members from the Karlsruhe Institute for Technology (KIT) and members of the Vienna Partner.
The Louvain team has members from the Catholic University of Louvain.
The Lund team has members from Lund University and members of the Monash Partner.
The UCL team is led by University College London.

The academic Partner organisations are:
CERN, with members from both TH (theory) and SFT (physics software) groups of the physics department of CERN. CERN hosts one network meeting per year.
Heidelberg (Germany), led by Tilman Plehn.
Monash (Australia), led by Peter Skands. Monash hosted the 2018 school at their European Campus in Prato, Tuscany.
Vienna, with Simon Plätzer as network contact.



Direct links to the home pages of the participating institutes: