Dr. Sumachaya Harnsukworapanich, a DTP system analyst from the Digital Humanities Center, presented an editing program for canonical text created by DTP, titled "Introduction to the Indic Text Analysis Program (ITAP)," at the 17th World Sanskrit Conference hosted by the Department of Asian Studies at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, BC, Canada.
During the 69th JAIBS conference, Dr. Bunchird Chawarithreonglith, the Head of the Tipiṭaka Research Center, delivered a presentation titled "Examples and Challenges in Using the Commentaries as a Tool for Creating a Critical Edition of the Dīghanikāya." Simultaneously, Dr. Suchada Srisetthaworakul, the Head of the Center for the Study of Ancient Manuscripts, presented "Comparative Analysis of Majjhimanikāya Texts from Selected Khom Script Manuscripts Discovered in Thailand and Cambodia."
The Tipiṭaka Research Center (TRC) organized its inaugural seminar on Pāli Texts and Manuscripts, centered on the theme "Philological Points in the Dīghanikāya and Majjhimanikāya Based on Palm-leaf Manuscripts from Five Traditions." This event took place at DCI (Bang Ban) in Ayutthaya and featured a program with ten presentations from researchers representing the Burmese, Sinhalese, and Thai traditions. Distinguished guest commentators for the seminar included Ven. Associate Prof. Dr. Candamukha, Dr. Utain Wongsathit, and Dr. Yukio Yamanaka.