Meeting (WTAS)

The 2nd Digital Scientific Meeting for Autism Spectrum Conditions (WTAS) will take place online from March, 10th to March, 11th.

The conference topic is “Early Detection | False Detection | Non-detection”. As at past conferences, the WTAS will offer you a diverse program with numerous short talks, an extensive scientific poster exhibition and a large selection of practice-relevant workshops.

We are particularly looking forward to the keynote address by Prof Dr Tony Charman (London, United Kingdom) entitled: “Learning about autism from babies: From understanding developmental mechanisms to clinical implications”.

In addition, we will award the 6th Kanner-Asperger Medal to Prof. Dr. Fritz Poustka (Frankfurt am Main, Germany) for his life’s work.

Furthermore, the 10th Weber-Bosch-Prize will be awarded at the 14th WTAS, with which the Scientific Society Autism Spectrum (WGAS) honors young scientists in German-speaking countries.

New election of the WGAS board 2022

This year the WGAS board of directors will be newly elected. The board election will take place on 10.03.2022 during the general meeting at the WTAS. All WGAS members are eligible to vote. The existing board members are cordially invited to stand for the continuation of their office and all WGAS members are invited to stand as new candidates for the board. Interested persons are welcome to spontaneously announce themselves at the general meeting for the WTAS or to contact in advance by e-mail

Susan Högg
susan.hoegg@wgas-autismus.org
and Sandra Naumann
sandra.naumann@wgas-autismus.org.

Current information about the WTAS during the pandemic 
Due to the current pandemic situation, instead of the planned hybrid format, the meeting will now be held entirely online.

We will provide further information regarding program changes, conversion of registrations for the face-to-face to the online conference as well as cancellation options.

If you have any further questions, please contact tagung@wgas-autismus.org.