Apicultural Travels Abroad conducted by J. Woyke

1. AUSTRIA 1956
             XVI International Apimondia Congress, WIEN;
            Institut fur Bienenkunde, LUNZ AM SEE - F. Ruttner, August,

2. NORWAY 1957
            Norges Landbrukshogskole, Institut for Biavl, ASKER- R. Lunder & E. Villumstad, July
            with HW.

3. USA   1958/1959
            04.1958 - 03.1959 Professional beekeeper, GLENARM, Maryland - L Sherman;
            USDA, North Bee Culture Laboratory, MADISON, Wisc. - C. Farrar,
            University of California, Div. of Entomology, DAVIS - H. Laidlaw; Queen rearing,
            Homstead, Florida - Kruze, ;
            USDA, Bee Breeding Laboratory BATON ROUGE, Louisiana - O. Mackensen;
            Rockefeler scholarship

4. CZECHOSLOVAKIA  1963
            XIX International Apimondia Congress , PRAGUE
            by car, with HW

5. GERMANY EAST 1963
            Beekeeping Conference, BAD BLANKENBURG, September

6. GERMANY EAST 1964
            Beekeeping Conference, MAGDEBURG, August, 1964 -
            by car, with HW .

7. AUSTRIA 1965
            Institut fur Bienenkunde, LUNZ AM SEE - F. Ruttner,
    FRANCE, Ve Congres de l'Union Internationale pour l'Etude des Insectes Socieaux,
        TOULOUSE - 10. O7. 1965 Station de Recherches sur l'Abeille, Bures-Sur-Yvette - J. Louveaux & J.Pain
        GREAT BRITAIN, Rothamstead Experimental Station, Harpenden - C. Butler IBRA. Br Adam
        NETHERLANDS, Laboratorium voor Entomologie, WAGENINGEN; J. de Wilde & J. Beetsma;
        Laborat. voor Vergelijkende Physiologie, UTRECHT, - H. Velthuis; Ambrosiushoeve, TILBURG - J. Momers
        June - August 1965

8. ROMANIA  1965
            XX Jubilee International Apimondia Congress, BUCHARESTt; Statiunea Central de Apicultura -
            I. Barac & N. Foti August, 1965, by car, with HW.

9. CZECHOSLOVAKIA 1966
            Symposium on Bee Genetics, BRNO,
            International Cours on Instrumental Insemination of Queen Bees , June, 1966,

10. GREAT BRITAIN 1966
            BRA Conference on Drone Bees, NEWTON ABBOT, 13-18. 07. 1966

11.SOVIET UNION 1967
           1967. Caucasus, 11 - 27.02, , with HW.

12.USA,
    TRINIDAD-TOBAGO,
    VENEZUELA,
    GUYANA,  Alicoc
    BRAZIL, Faculdade de Medicina, RIBEIRAO PRETO - W. Kerr
            Rearing diploid drones of Africanized honey bees.
    SENEGAL,
    MOROCCO, Station de Recherches Apicoles, EL KAUDIA, TEMARA - E. Barbier
    08.1967-05. 1968

13. SOVIET UNION 1968
            International Congress of Entomology, Moskow, August,

14.EGYPT 1969
            Ain Shams University, CAIRO
            Orbis: 4 - 14.03, , with HW.

15. GERMANY WEST
           1969. XXII International Apimondia Congress , MUNCHEN;
             Max Plank Institut fur Biochemie - H. Rembold, September

16. NORWAY
            International Apicultural Symposium, ASKER - R. Lunder
            11 - 18.08.1970

17. GERMANY WEST
            15.05 - 18.08.1971
            DAAD scholarship, Institut für Bienenkunde, OBERURSEL,  F. Ruttner,
            (3 weeks with HW.)

18. SOVIET UNION
            XXIII International Apimondia Congresss, MOSKOW
            26.08 - 3.09.1971, with HW. and DW.

19. INDIA
            Tourist. exc. Orbis 12 - 26.03 1972, with HW.

20.CZECHOSLOVAKIA
            International Beekeeping Symposium , PRAGUE, 3 - 7. 05. 72

21.NORWAY
            Norges Landbrukshogskole, Institut for Biavl, ASKER- R. Lunder & E. Villumstad,
            4 - 17.08.1972, by car, with HW., DW., JW.

22.ROMANIA
            International Beekeeping Course : Genetics and Bee Breading , BUCHAREST, 2 - 9.07.1973

23. Ist Trip Around the World: 10.1973-09.1974
    CUBA, Estation de Investigationes Apicolas, HABANA, 7-11.10 1973,
    PERU 11-13. 10 1973,
    ARGENTINA, BUENOS AIRES, XXIV International Apimondia Congress 13-23. 10 1973),
    BRAZIL, University Sao Paulo, Faculdade de Medicina, RIBEIRAO PRETO - W. Kerr 21-23. 10. 1973,
    BOLIWIA 23-24. 10 1973,
    PERU 25-30. 10. 1973,
    ECUADOR 30.10-01. 11. 1973,
    MEXICO, 01-04. 11. 1973,
    USA, 4-24. 11. 1973, Seminrs: USDA, Bee Breeding Laboratory, BATON ROUGE - O. Mackensen 8. 11.73;
            Cornell University, Dep. Entomology, ITHACA - R. Morse, 11.11. 1973
    HAWAII 23 -26. 11. 1973
    JAPAN, Institute of Honeybee Science , MACHIDA-SHI, Tokyo 27. 11 - 7. 12. 1973,
    PAPUA-NEW GUINEA, 7 - 11. 12. 1973
    AUSTRALIA, Queensland Agricultural College, LAWES - G. Kleinshmidt; White Agricultural
        Research Institute, Dpt of Entomology, ADELAIDE, - K. Doul;
    KANGAROO ISLAND (investigation on sex alleles 11. 12. 1973 - 14.03. 1974 ,
    SINGAPORE 15-16. 3. 1974,
    THAILAND , Chulalongkorn University, Bee Biology Research Unit, BANGKOK -
        S. Wongsiri, 16-23. 3. 1974,
    INDIA, Central Bee Research Institute, PUNE - R. Phadke & K. Kshirsagar,
        Apiculture Institute, MAHABLESHWAR - C. Bhambure 24.03 - 29.09.1974
        (3 weeks in India with HW)

24. GUINEA, FAO Mission, CONACRI
      /GHANA, IVORY COAST, NIGERIA/
        08.04.- 22.05.1975

25. FRANCE
            XXV International Apimondia Congress , GRENOBLE, 01 - 29.09.1976,
            by car, with HW via
      AUSTRIA, SWITZERLAND, ITALY

26. SOVIET UNION
            Symposium on Genetics, Selection and Reproduction of the
            Honey Bee, MOSCOW 21-28.08.1976

27 IInd trip around the world, 10.1976-02.1977
    GREAT BRITAIN
            IBRA Conference on Apiculture in Tropical Climate, LONDON 10-22.10.1976
    KENIA 23-28. 10. 1976,
    TANZANIA 28.10 - 6.11. 1976,
    SOUTH AFRIKA
            Symposium African Bees, PRETORIA, Apis m. capensis CAPE TOWN
            6-27. 11. 1976,
    MAURITIUS 27-29. 11. 1976
    AUSTRALIA
            J.W. conducted two courses: Bee Genetics and Instrumental Insemination of queen bees,
            LAWES, Queensland, 30. 9 1976- 2. 1. 1977, 23. 1 - 24. 1. 1977,
    NEW ZEALAND, Ministry of Agriculture, CHRISTCHURCH and AUCKLAND 3 - 10. 01.1977
    PAGO-PAGO 11. 1. 1977,
    SAMOA, Ministry of Agriculture and Apiary of Mr Moor  , APIA 11-16. 1. 1977,
    FIJI, Pacific University, SUVA 17-23. 1. 1977,
    INDONESIA
            BALI, SUMATRA, JOJAKARTA, Ministry of Agriculture, JACARTA, (BOGOR) 24. 1 -0 1.02. 1977,
    SHRI-LANKA, ANURADHAPURA  (1-10. 2. 1977 p

28. HOLLAND
            Social Insect Congress, WAGENINGEN, 4-9.09.1977

29. CZECHOSLOVAKIA
            Symposium on Regulation of Insect Reproduction, ZINKOVY, 7-14.05.1978

30. SOVIET UNION
            Acadamy of Science, Pavlov Institut of Physiology, LENINGRAD, 27.06 -3.07.1978

31.ROMANIA
            Symposium International l'Apiculture Industrielle BUCHAREST -TULCEA 16 -21.08. 1978

32.GREECE
            XXVII International Apimondia Congress , ATHENS
        /via BULGARIA
        HUNGARY, YUGOSLAVIA/ August-September 1979, by car, with H.W

33.GREAT BRITAIN
            B.R.A. Symposium, GRANTLEY HALL, 21 - 27.05.1980

34.EL SALVADOR I
            FAO Mission, 21.08.1980 - 21.01.1981

35.EL SALVADOR II
            FAO Mission, 6.05 - 7.07.1981

36.EL SALVADOR III
            FAO Mission , 09.09. - 30.12.1981
    MEXICO
            XXVIII International Apimondia Congress, ACAPULCO,  MEXICO CITY
    COSTA RICA 5 days in SAN JOSE,  (2 last month with HW).

37.AFGHANISTAN I
            FAO Mission , KABUL 6.06 - 7.12.1983

38.AFGHANISTAN II
            FAO Mission, KABUL 25.03. - 8.06.1984
    THAILAND, BANGKOK/CHIANG MAI, FAO Conference 09.04.1984

39.AFGHANISTAN III
            FAO Mission, KABUL 7.09. - 20.10.1984 with HW

40.KENIA
            IIIrd International Conference on Apiculture in Tropical Climates, NAIROBI,
     TANZANIA,  climbed on pick of Kilimanjaro mount (Apis m. monticola) 3.11 - 25.11.1984

41 .VIETNAM I
            FAO Mission 06.01. - 07.03.1985

42 .VIETNAM II, JAPAN, NAGOYA International Apimondia Congress
            FAO Mission 16.09 - 18.12.1985

43. FRANCE
            Symposium on Instrumental insemination of queen bees, TOULOUSE 8 - 18.05.1986
            symp. 12 -14.05/

44.GHANA I
            FAO Mission I 26.05. - 26.07.1986

45 CHINA
            20.09. - 24.10.1986
            27. 9 Lectures: Bee breeding,. Agricultural College in MU DANJIAN in Hei Longjiang Province.
            2 - 10.  J. W. conducted course: Bee Genetics Queen Rearing, Instrumental Iinsemination
            of Queen Bees and Control of Mites, Academy of Agricultural and Forest Science of  BEIJING  h (40 hours)
            11. 10 Scientific Report Entomological Association in Beijing
            15. 10 Seminar in Beekeeping Station, SHU ZHOU,. Giang shu province

46.GHANA II
            FAO Mission II, 23.11.86 - 21.02.87, one month with HW

47. EGYPT,
            FAO Mission 22.04 - 25.05.87
    ISRAEL

48. SWEDEN
            Symopsium Bi 88, ÖREBRO, 6.04. - 20.04.88
            Lectures: 1. Selection for varroa resistens
            2. Fysiologiska forh avseende bins sex forokn
            by car with HW and JW

49. AUSTRALIA
            II Australian and International Bee Congress, GOLD COAST, Queensland 21 -26. 7. 1988
            Keynote Speaker, Paper: Brood survival in productive bee colonies in Australia as test for
            breeding honey bees in closed populations.
            Course: Bee Genetics and Instrumental Insemination of Queen Bees, LAWES,
            16.07 - 17.08.88

50. THAILAND
            Chulalongkorn University, BANGKOK, CHIANG-MAI & ANGH-HANG 18.08. - 2.09.88
            with HW

51. SUDAN I
            FAO Mission I 10.03 - 11.04.1988 (and EGYPT)

52. SUDAN II
            FAO Mission II - Beee Breeding, 29.01 - 02.03.89

53. WEST GERMANY
            Institut fur Bienenkubde, CELLE - J. Dustmann, lecture, 15 - 23.03.1989
            by car, with HW

54. ALGERIA
            FAO Mission, EL TARF - Bee Diseases, Varroa, 17.04.-16.05.1989
            with HW

55. ALBANIA
            FAO Mission - Instrumental Insemination od Queen Bees, TIRANA
            29.05 - 16.06.1989

56. BRAZIL
            XXXII International Apimondia Congress RIO DE JANEIRO, 12.10. 25.11.89,
       MEXICO FAO Mission,
            12.10 - 21.10 i 8 - 18.11 /Genetics, breeding and instrumental insemination of queen bees

57. SUDAN III
            FAO Mission, SHENDI, Atbara,  Breeding and instrumental insemination of queen bees
            22.01 - 30.03.1990

58. HOLLAND
            27 - 31. 08. 1990 Symposium: Pollination, TILBURG

59. BELGIUM
            10. 09.1990 Symposium: Recent Research on Bee Pathology, GHENT
            5 - 7. 1990
            24.08-11.08.1990, by car with HW

60. TAILAND
            10 - 14. 2.1992 Symposium: The Asian Honey Bees and Bee Mites, BANGKOK
            12.2.92 Lectures delivered:
            1/ Size change of Apis cerana eggs during their incubation period.
            2/ Rearing and instrumental insemination of Apis florea queens.
            Investigation in Chulalongkorn University on Asian Bees 7.02 - 2203.92

61. CHINA
            28.06. - 4.07. 1992 XIX International Congress of Entomology, BEIJING,
            Lectures: 30.6
                1/ Introduction
                2/ Natural mating of inseminated queen honeybees
                3/ 3.07.92 Biology and control of the parasitic bee mite Tropilaelaps clareae
             Investigations on  Tropilelaps clareae in Instituteof Beekeeping
            7.08. Lect.: Breeding honeybees resistant to Varroa jacobsonii,
            Institut of Beekeeping, BEIJING, 28.06. - 10.08.92

62.  MEXICO
            3. 09. 1992  Ministerio de Agricultura MEXICO:
                Lecture delivered: Cria de abejas resistentes a Varroa jacobsoni..
            6 Seminario Americano de Apicultura, OAXTEPEC, Morelos 4-9.09
                Lecture delivered: dn 6.09. Mejoramiento Genetico de las Abejas
            31.08. - 8.09. 1992

63. BRASIL
            9.09 - 13.09. 1992  MANAUS, Amazonia
            15 - 18.09 Encontro Brasileiro de Abelhas e otros insectos sociais. RIO CLARO,
            and RIBEIRAO PRETO.
            17.0.92 Lecture:. Diurnal and seasonal variation in defensive behavior of African honey bees.
            29.09 - 23.10. Lectures 36 hrs. Genetica de abelhas /in Portugese/ for postgraduate students,
            University Sao Paulo in  RIBEIRAO PRETO, 9.09. - 31.10.1992

64. ITALY
            28.11. 1992 Italian Beekeepers' Association, ROME
            Lecture:  Parameters important in the practice for evoluation of productivity, of honeybee colonies.
            30.11.92 Interview for  beekeeping magazine Apitalia
            27.11 - 3.12.92 with HW

65. DANEMARK
            18 - 22.02.1993 Bee Breeding Seminar, in Koldkaegard Landboskole near ÄRHUS
            Lectures:
                19.02.93 Defining breeding goals
                20.02.93 Practical genetics for commercially oriented breeding work
                21.02.93 Criteria for testing, evaluation and selection of bee breeders

66. GERMANY
            24.03.93 - 30.03. 1993 IInd Jenaer Bienenkundliches Symposium, JENA,
            Lecture: New data from the biology of the parasitic bee mite Tropilaelaps clareae
            (by car, with HW)

67. CHINA
            27.08 - 29.9.1993
            15.9 - 20.8 excursion GUANGZOU, GUILIN, XIAN
            XXXIII International Apimondia Congress, BEIJING, Sept 20 - 26. 1993
            Lectures:
                1. Further investigations on natural mating of instrumentally inseminated queen bees
                2. 24.9. Survival and reproduction of Tropilaelaps clareae
            24.9.93 Chairman of session:  Parasitic mites of honeybees
            (with HW)

68. GERMANY
            BERLIN, HOHEN NEUENDORF 28.10 - 02.11.1993
            Symposium in Humboldt Universitat: lecture: Geschlechtsbestimmung bei der Honigbiene
            (by car, with HW)

69. CZECHOSLOVAKIA
            REZ, 08.- 12.11.1993
            IBRA Workshop: New perspectives on Varroa jacobsonii
            Lecture: J. Woyke. O. van Laere, Z. Jasinski, S.Trzybinski,
            Injuries of queens in honeybee colonies infested by Varroa jacobsoni.

70. FRANCE
            ANGERS 21.02. -06.03. 1994
            by car via GERMANY, BELGIUM, HOLLANDS, LUXEMBURG,
             castels on Loara river, with HW
            28 Congres de la FNOSAD 25 - 28. 2. 1994 (Federation National des Organisations
            Sanitaires Apicoles Departamentales)
            26.2.94 Lecture: Les acariens: evolution des differentes types d'acariens dans le monde;
            risque future pour l'Europe occidentale. 450 persons.

71. SWEDEN
            NÄSSJO, 14 - 23.04. 1994, Breedingsymposium, Sveriges Biodlares Riksforbnd
            16.4.94 Lectures:
                1./Honey production and breeding bees resistant to varroa,
                2./Reproduction biology of honeybees.
            (by car, with HW)

72. MALAYSIA
             7.- 26. 3. 1995, International Conference on Tropical Bees, Beenet Asia, PEDU LAKE

     BORNEO I
            06 - 29.04.1995. Agricultural Research Station TENOM - S. Tingek.
            Investigation on Apis koschevnikovi, , with HW

73. SWITZERLAND 1995
            XXXIV International Apimondia Congress LOZANNA
            11 - 21.08.1995 by car, with HW

74.  VIETNAM  III   1996
            Assian Apicultural Association Conference, HANOI,
            Rafter Beekeeping in Delta of Mekong River
 75.   BORNEO II
            Agricultural Research Station TENOM - S. Tingek 30.09 -30.10.1996.
            Investigation on Apis koschevnikovi
            (with HW)

76. BELGIUM
            29.08-12.09.1997
            XXV International Apimondia Congress, ANTWERP 1-6. 9. 1997
            Lectures delivered:
                1./Size modification of the honeybee eggs during incubation period.
                2./Expression of body color in several species of honeybees.
            Videos shown:
                1./Mating of Tropilaelaps clareae.
                2./Harvesting honey from Apis dorsata
            , (by car with HW)

77.  NEPAL
           1998. 18.3.98 - 7.04.
            KATMANDU, IV Assian Apicultural Association Conference
           20-22 .03. 98. Technical A. dorsata tour, Chitwan National Park.
            Honey harvesting from  A. dorsata.
            23-27.03  AAA Conference
            25.03 Lectures:
                1./ Differences in body color expression between European and Asian honeybees
                2./ Increased food supply for all larvae after dequeening honeybee colonies
            25. 03 Chairman:  Bee Biology Session
            26. 03 Video: Egg laying by Apis cerana queen.
            Slides: Evertion of the endophallus of Apis dorsata drones
            28. 03 Techical tour A. laboriosa
            Investigations in ICIMOD apiary in GODAWARI - Positions of bee eggs in combs,
            Flight to  Mt. Everest peak
            Investigations in Entomology Division...3 04 i 5.04  search for Tropilaelaps clareae.
            with HW

78. NEPAL
        1999. 06.01-09.05.
        Dabur Apicultural Center, JUGEDI, CHITWAN, Investigation on Apis dorsata
        INDIA, Central Bee Research Institut, PUNE, Apicultural Station MAHABLESHWAR

79. INDIA
        1999. 7. 10. - 9.10
        7. 10. 1999 Horticulture and Forestry University, SOLAN, H.P.
        9. 10. 1999.Punjab University, CHANDIGAR. Lecture: Comparison of biology of five species of honeybees.
        9. 10. 1999 Interwiew TV, CHANDIGAR, Punjab.

80. NEPAL
        05.10. 1999 - 19. 01. 2000.
        Dabur Apicultural Center, JUGEDI, CHITWAN, Investigations
        on Apis dorsata and Apis laboriosa.
        Tribhuven University, RAMPUR, lecture for postgraduate students: Biology of  five species of honey bees.

81. THAILAND
        2000. 15. 03 - 29. 03.
        VII IBRA Conference on Tropical Bees & V Asian Apicultural Association
        Conference, CHIANG MAI, 19 - 25. 03. 2000. Member of Organizing Committee.
        19.03. Awarded by AAA:  "Outstanding Apicultural Scientist 2000".
        21. 03. Lecture: Coexistance of Apis mellifera and Apis dorsata in one colony.
        23. 03 Lecure: Swarming, migration and absconding of Apis dorsata colonies.
        32. 03 Poster: Eversion of drone endophallus and the probable mating process in Apis dorsata.

82. MALTA
        2000. 9. 04. - 3. 05.
        Investigations on Apis mellifera ruttneri
        Marica Gatt

83. CANARY ISLANDS
        2001. 10.02 -  24.02.
        GRAN CANARIA
        Apiculture on Gran Canaria
        Anastasio Delgado Tejera, - Mayo
        Serafin Talavera Molina, Comercial beekeeper, Mil Flores, Cruce de Arinaga

84. SWEDEN
        2001. 30.04 - 8.05.
        Sztokholm,

85. IRAN
         2002. 04 - 14. 02.
         TEHRAN,  Khwarizmi Avard,  1st winner 06. 02. 02
         Course: Genetics and breading of honey bees  09, 10, 12. 02. 2002
        Dr A. Mirabzadeh

86. INDIA
        2002. 21.02 - 22.03.
         VI Asian Apicultural Association Conference, BANGALORE  24. 02 - 1. 03. 2002
          Lectures:
                1. Woyke J., Wilde, J., Wilde M.  Heritable versus environmental cues in recognition
                and acceptance of two species of honeybees: Apis cerana and Apis dorsata in one colony
                 2. Wilde J., Woyke J., Wilde M. Competition between drones and between spermatozoa of
                Apis cerana and Apis mellifera
               3. Woyke J., Wilde J., Wilde M. Heating and defensive body movements made by
                Apis laboriosa and Apis dorsata.
                 4. Wilde J., Woyke J., Wilde M. Rearing honey bee queens in wax and plastic queen cell cups.
         Investigations on Apis dorsata and A. florea  data    - 21.03. 02
        Bangalore University, Prof. dr C. C. Reddy, dr V. Sivaram
        and Agricultural University, Prof. dr G. Gowda
        Lecture: Acceptance and rejection of different species of honey bees. Agricult. Uni. 20.03.02

87. PERU
         2002. 03.05 - 20.05.
         LIMA 04.05 - 06. 05
        CANIETE: Cours Bee Genetics and Instrumental Insemination of queen bees. 07 - 10. 05. 02
         Visit apiaries in Calca 12.05.02 and Cuzco 14, 15.05.02
         Machu Picchu  13.05.02  and Lake Titicaca 16, 17.05.02
         Lima 18.05 - 19.05.02
        J. Ljaxacondor

88. HUNGARY
         2002. 9  - 18. 09.
         2nd European Scientific Apicultural Conference,  BALATONLELLE 11 - 13 Sept. 2002
         Member Intern. Coordinating Group
         President - Bee Breeding and Genetics Session
         Lecture:  Woyke J., Wilde J., Wilde M. Flight activity reaction to temperature changes in
         Apis dorsata, Apis laboriosa and Apis mellifera.
         1st International Apicultural Symposium, Gödölló 14 Sept. 2002
         Lecture:  Harvesting of honey in different countries of the world.

89. DENMARK
        2003. 20 - 25. 02.
        KOLDKAERGAARD near AARHUS, Cours:  Breeding Better Bees
        A. S. Jorgensen

90. SLOVENIA
        2003. 24 - 29.  08.
        LJUBLJANA,  38th Apimondia Congress,
        Lecture: J. Woyke,  J. Wilde , C. C. Reddy, Hygienic behaviour of Apis dorsata
            differs from that of Apis mellifera
        28. 08 interview for Austrian radio Mr H. Vockenhuber
        29. 08. 03 Honorary member of Apimondia

91. KOREA SOUTH
        2003. 18 - 27. 11
        SUWON, Seminar: Selection and breeding of honey bees 21. 11. 2003
        Visit A. mellifera and A. cerana beekeepers near Chungju Lake and in National Park Workasan 22-23. 11.
        SEUL 24-27.11
        Dr M. L. Lee, Prof. dr K. S. Woo

92. PHILIPPINES
       2004. 20. 02 - 10. 03
        LOS BANOS, 7th Asian Apicultural Association Conference 23 - 27. 02. 2004
        Lectures: 1. J. Woyke, J. Wilde, M. Wilde, Gentleness of Apis dorsata verified while investigating
            brood cross-fostering and hygienic behavior
                       2.  J.Woyke, J. Wilde and  M. Wilde    Coexistence and behavior of phylogenetically
        distant honey bee Apis laboriosa in Apis mellifera colony
        Investigation on Apis dorsata breviligula 28. 02 - 08. 03. 2004
        Prof. dr C. Cervancia

93. INDIA
        2005. 13 Nov - 5 Dec
        BANGALORE, International Beekeeping Congress 13-18 Nov
        Lectures:  1. Woyke J. Wilde J. Reddy C. Gentleness of Apis dorsata
                     2. Woyke J. Wilde J. Reddy C. Cervancia C. Nagaraja N.
        Comparison of defence body movements of Apis laboriosa, Apis dorsata dorsata
        and Apis dorsata breviligula worker bees
                     3. Woyke J. Wilde J. Reddy C. Nagaraja N.
        Cycles in periodic mass flights of Apis dorsata.
        Intern. Advisory Committee, Chairperson of 3 sessions
        Investigation: Drone flights of Apis dorsata.
        Bangalore University, Lectures: 1. Gentleness of Apis dorsata.
                                                        2. Cycles in periodic mass flights of Apis dorsata

94. FINLAND
      2007. 10 - 15 June
       Bees under the Midnight Sun, IBRA Intern. Conference, MIKKELI, FINLANF.
       Member Scientific Commitee, Convenor of Queen Rearing  Symposium # 6.
       Lecture: J. Woyke et all, Onset of oviposition by honey bee queens mated naturally
       and inseminated instrumentally in different way, fits lognormal distribution.
       Dr K. Fakhimzadeh

95. GERMANY
       2008, 24 - 27 Jan.
       BERLIN, Gruene Woche
      26.01.2008 Lecture: Asiatische Honiegnienen (in German)
      Freie Universitat, Berlin, Prof. dr B. Schricker, Dr B. Polaczek

96. BHUTAN
     2008, 16 - 29 August
     2nd  Intern. Bekeeping Congress, Thimphu, Bhutan, 19 - 21 August 2008
     Lecture: The reason for different shape of Apis  dorsata combs.
     President of  International Jury for gold medals.
     Investigation of Apis laboriosa in Bungtang