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Keynote speakers

Prof. Alexander M. Bronstein and Prof. Thomas A. Funkhouser gave the opening and closing keynote talks of the workshop, discussing intriguing aspects of some of their latest research.

Thomas A. Funkhouser

See abstract & bio here.

Alexander M. Bronstein

See abstract & bio here.

About 3DOR

3DOR is the dedicated workshop series for methods, applications and benchmark-based evaluation of 3D object retrieval, classification, and similarity-based object processing. The workshop also includes the 2021 edition of the 3D Shape Retrieval Challenge (SHREC), keynotes, project presentations, and a social and networking event. Accepted full papers will be published in Computers & Graphics Journal (Elsevier), and accepted short papers will appear in the Eurographics Digital Library.

A list of previous 3DOR workshops is available here.


The Shape Retrieval Challenge is an initiative to help encourage the development of datasets and techniques to evaluate the performance of shape retrieval methods. Since its origin in 2006, SHREC has expanded and has welcomed related evaluative works on classification, correspondence, and segmentation.

Graphics Replicability Stamp Initiative

Additionally, authors are encouraged to submit their code and data to obtain a replicability stamp. For information see here.