1. Kazanluk (Bulgaria), 4th-8th of June 1993, the 1st International Symposium - Sevtopolis. Topic: Burial Mounds in South-Eastern Europe
  2. Tulcea - Brăila – Slobozia – Călăraşi (Romania), 18th – 24th of September 1995, 2nd International Symposium of Funerary Archaeology. Topic: Tumular Tombs of Iron Age in the South-Eastern Europe
  3. Tulcea (Romania), 15th-20th of September 1997, 3rd International Colloquium of Funerary Archaeology. Topic: Funerary Practices in Europe (13th-4th c. BC)
  4. Tulcea (Romania), 22nd – 28th of May 2000, 4th International Colloquium of Funeral Archaeology. Topic: Funerary Practices as Forms of Cultural Identity
  5. Brăila – Tulcea (Romania), 14th -17th of May 2003, 5th International Colloquium of Funerary Archaeology. Topic: The Grave as an Expression of the Dead Social Status (5th c. BC-5th c. AD)
  6. Buzău (Romania), 28th -29th of October 2004, 6th International Colloquium of Funerary Archaeology. Topic: The tombs and the subsoil resources in the Eastern and South-Eastern Europe (2nd mill. BC-1st mill. AD)
  7. Sibiu (Romania), 6th -9th of October 2005, 7th International Colloquium of Funerary Archaeology. Topic: "The Society of the Living”-„the Community of the Dead” (from Neolithic to Christian Era)
  8. Bistriţa (Romania), 18th-20th of May 2006 International Colloquium of Funerary Archaeology. Topic: Thracians and Celts
  9. Braşov (Romania), 19th-21th of October 2006. Topic: Iron Age Sanctuaries and Cult Places in the Thracian World
  10. Galati (Romania), 10th-12th of May 2007. Topic: Important Sites from the Pre-Roman Time on the Lower Danube Valley (4th century BC-4th century AD)
  11. Sibiu (Romania), 4th-7th of October 2007, The 8th International Colloquium of Funerary Archaeology. Topic: Funerary practices in Europe, before and after the Roman conquest (3rd century BC-3rd century AD)
  12. Bistriţa (Romania), 9th-11th of May 2008, The 9th International Colloquium of Funerary Archaeology. Topic: Funerary Practices of the Bronze and Iron Ages in Central and South-Eastern Europe
  13. Drobeta-Turnu Severin (Romania), 12th-15th of June 2008. Topic: The Iron Gates Region during the Second Iron Age: Settlements, Necropolises, and Treasures
  14. Tulcea (Romania), 10th-12th of October 2008, The 10th International Colloquium of Funerary Archaeology. Topic: Funerary Practices in Central and Eastern Europe (10th c. BC - 3th c. AD)
  15. Buzău (Romania), 22nd -24thOctober 2009. The11th International Colloquium of Funerary Archaeology. Topic: The Necropolises and the Environment (1st mill. BC)
  16. Brăila (Romania) 22nd -24thOctober 2010. The 12th International Colloquium of Funerary Archaeology. Topic: The weaponry and the combat or parade gear – marks of the prestige and social status in the tombs of the Bronze and Iron Ages
  17. Florianopolis (Brasil), 4th-10th September 2011. Session 47 at the 16th IUPPS Congress.. Organizers : Valeriu Sîrbu, Cristian Schuster (Romania). Topic: Tumuli graves – status symbol of the dead in Bronze and Iron Ages in Europe.
  18. Buzău (Romania), 18th-20th October 2012. The 13th International Colloquium of Funerary Archaeology. Topic: Bronze and Iron Ages Graves from Eurasia: Gender between Archaeology and Anthropology
  19. Târgoviște (Romania) The 12th Thracology Congress. September 2013. Topic: The Thracians and their Neighbours in the Bronze and Iron Ages
  20. Burgos (Spain), XVII UISPP Congress, Burgos, 31th August-7th September 2014. Session: Aegean - Mediterranean imports and influences in the graves from continental Europe – Bronze and Iron Ages. Organizers : Valeriu Sîrbu, Cristian Schuster (Romania).
  21. Buzău (Romania), 23rd - 26th October 2014. Topic: Residential Centres (dava, emporium, oppidum, hillfort, polis) and Cult Places in the Second Iron Age of Europe
  22. Cacak (Serbia), 24th - 27th September 2015. The 14th International Colloquium of Funerary Archaeology. Topic: Funerary Practices during the Bronze and the Iron Ages in the Central and Southeast Europe
  23. Brăila (Romania), 20th -22th May 2016. The 15th International Colloquium of Funerary Archaeology.Topic: Interdisciplinary Methods of Research for Prehistorical and Protohistorical Funerary Monuments

  24. Alun, Hunedoara County (Romania), 11th-14th May 2017. 16th International Colloquium of Funerary Archaeology.Topic: Funerary Practices at the Thracians and the Celts in the Second Iron Age

  25. Paris (4th - 9th June 2018), XVII IUPPS Congress. Organized Session XXX-1: Interdisciplinary Methods of Research for Bronze and Iron Ages Funerary Monuments (3rd-1 Millennia BC); Organizers : Valeriu Sîrbu, Dan Ștefan,

    François Djindjian

  26. Târgu Jiu (Romania), 4th - 7th October 2018. The 17th International Colloquium of Funerary Archaeology ,,Border Guards of the Passes, from the Fortresses and the Graves. The Bronze and Iron Ages''

  27. Alun, Hunedoara County (Romania), 9th-12th May 2019, 2nd International ColloquiumIron Age Sanctuaries and Cult Places at the Thracians and their Neighbors” - Temples and Cult Places from the Second Iron Age in Europe
  28. Buzău, Buzău County (Romania), 17th - 20th October 2019, 18th International Colloquium of Funerary Archaeology ,,Bronze and Iron Ages in Eurasia: Rituals and Grave Goods as Markers of the Social Identity of the Dead''