1. Bio-inspired Electronic Skins, Invited talk at 20th Sanken International Conference, Osaka, Japan, Dec 2016
  2. Skin-inspired Sensors, Invited talk at International Conference of Electronic Materials,  Suntec City, Singapore, July 2016
  3. 35 Innovators Under 35, Invited talk at EmTechMIT, Cambridge, Massachusetts, November 2015
  4. From Silicon Valley to One-North, Invited talk at OneStart Inaugural Singapore Launch, October 2015
  5. Medical Device Innovation, Invited talk to Osaka University, MEI Center for Innovation, July 2015
  6. Organic Electronic Skin and Medical Device Innovation, Invited talk to Department of Polymer Science and Engineering, Zhejiang University, China, May 2015
  7. Invited speaker at the Bay Area Science Festival with more than 200 participants, October 2013, David Brower Center, Berkeley, http://berkeleysciencereview.com/make-awesome-the-story-of-elastic-electronic-skin/
  8. Repeatable self-healing composite with pressure and flexion sensitivity for electronic skin applications, C-K. Tee, C. Wang, et al., ICMAT, December 2013 Meeting, Singapore
  9. Repeatable self-healing composite with pressure and flexion sensitivity for electronic skin applications, C-K. Tee, C. Wang, et al., Materials Research Society, Spring 2013 Meeting, San Francisco
  10. Artificial Electronic Sensor Skin, Invited talk, C-K. Tee, Z. Bao, Intel R&D Lab, Portland, Oregon
  11. Pressure sensors for various environments, C-K. Tee, Zhenan Bao (Oral Presentation)
  12. Compliant Electronics, Materials Research Society, Fall 2011 Meeting, Boston
  13. Large area electronic skin (invited talk) Atmel Corporation, Oct 2010, B. C-K. Tee
  14. Conformable, high sensitivity, large area, and flexible pressure sensors using micro-structured polydimethylsiloxane, C-K. Tee, S. Mannsfeld, Z. Bao, Materials Research Society, Spring 2010 Meeting, San Francisco
  15. High Sensitivity, Large Area, Flexible, Passive and Active Pressure Sensors Employing Structured Elastomeric Films, C-K. Tee et al., Organic Electronic and Photonic Devices, Materials Research Society, Fall 2009, Boston