Y.C. Tay. 
Mathematical Thinking in Computing (plenary lecture).  
Proc. 41st Annual Meeting of the  International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education (PME 41), 
Singapore (July 2017), 1-1--1-11.

Y.C. Tay.  
A Social Network is Not a Graph (keynote address).
Confluence 2014, Amity University, India (Aug. 2014).

Y.C. Tay.  
Analytical Performance Modeling for Computer Systems.
Morgan & Claypool Publishers  (First Edition: 2010; Second Edition: 2013).

J.Z.Y. Hay and Y.C. Tay.  
Memory Consistency for Parallel Systems: 
A Reformulation Without Global Time (keynote address).
Proc. National Conference on High Performance Computing & Simulation.
Berhampur, India (Jan. 2013), 1--3.
Reproduced with permission in  Asia Pacific Mathematics Newsletter 6, 2 (Oct. 2016), 1--3.

Y.C. Tay.  
Bottleneck Analysis for Cloud Transaction Architectures.
Dagstuhl Seminar on Database Workload Management (Aug. 2012).

Y.C. Tay.  
Data Generation for Application-Specific Benchmarking.
Proc. VLDB 2011 (Challenges and Visions Track), 1470-1473 (Aug. 2011).

Y.C. Tay.  
UpSizeR: Synthetically Scaling up a Given Database State (invited presentation).
ScalPerf'10: Scalable Approaches to High Performance and High Productivity Computing.
Bertinoro, Italy (Sept. 2010).  

Y.C. Tay.  
Mathematics for Computer Network Research.
AINTEC: Asian Internet Engineering Conference (Nov. 2009). 

Y.C. Tay.  
Dynamic System Optimization through Performance Modelling:
Universality and Decomposition (invited presentation).
ScalPerf'08: Scalable Approaches to High Performance and High Productivity Computing.
Bertinoro, Italy (Sept. 2008).

Y.C. Tay.  
A research program proposal: Universal cache miss equations for autonomic computing (invited talk).
Proc. Int. Conf. Theories and Applications of Computer Science.
Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam (Aug. 2006).
Google Tech Talk: Universal Cache Miss Equations for the Memory Hierarchy 

Y.C. Tay.   
Fault Equations for the Memory Hierarchy (invited presentation).
ScalPerf'05: Scalable Approaches to High Performance and High Productivity Computing.
Bertinoro, Italy (Oct. 2005).

Y.C. Tay.  
What should Computer Science students learn from Mathematics? (plenary address)
Proc. Asian Technology Conference in Mathematics, Singapore (Dec. 2004), 38--51.
Reproduced with permission in  ACM SIGACT News 36, 2 (June 2005), 131--143. 

Y.C. Tay.  
An issue in computer science, a challenge from information technology (plenary address).    
Proc. Symposium on Challenges in Mathematical Sciences for the New Millennium,
IIT Kharagpur, India (Dec. 2000).
In "Applicable Mathematics: Its Perspectives and Challenges", J.C. Misra (ed.).
Narosa Publishing House, India (2000), 574--587.

Y.C. Tay and X.B. Shen.  
Using concurrent states to rebuild the theory for distributed computing (invited paper).
Proc. Int. Conf. Recent Advances in Mathematical Sciences,
IIT Kharagpur, India (Dec. 2000).
In "Applicable Mathematics: Its Perspectives and Challenges", J.C. Misra (ed.).
Narosa Publishing House, India (2000), 241--248.                         

Y.C. Tay.
Computer Science: Engineering, Science or Mathematics.
ACM SIGACT News 29, 3 (Sept. 1998), 58.  (Letter to the editor.)

C.T. Chong and Y.C. Tay (Guest Editors).
Annals of Pure and Applied Logic 84, 1 (1997).
Special Issue on Fifth Asian Logic Conference.
North-Holland, Amsterdam.

Y.C. Tay.  
Issues in modeling locking performance.
In "Stochastic Analysis of Computer and Communication Systems",
H. Takagi (ed.).
Elsevier Science Publishers B.V. (North-Holland), 
Amsterdam, The Netherlands (1990), 631--655.

Y.C. Tay.  
The energy crisis:  what physicists can contribute.  
Physics Today 29, 4 (Apr. 1976), 9, 11.  (Letter to the editor.)