My Erdős number
The Erdős number, honouring the late Hungarian mathematician Paul Erdős, is a way of describing the "collaborative distance" between a person and Erdős, as measured by authorship of mathematical papers. In order to be assigned an Erdős number, an author must cowrite a mathematical paper with an author with a finite Erdős number. Paul Erdős is the one person having an Erdős number of zero. If the lowest Erdős number among all coauthors of a person is k, then that person's Erdős number is k + 1.
My Erdős number is 2, and therefore highly unlikely to decrease, because of the following two papers:

Minimal dominating sets in graph classes: combinatorial bounds and enumeration
JeanFrançois Couturier, Pinar Heggernes, Pim van 't Hof and Dieter Kratsch.
Theoretical Computer Science, vol. 487, pp. 8294, 2013.

Extremal results in cochromatic and dichromatic theory
Paul Erdős, John Gimbel and Dieter Kratsch.
Journal of Graph Theory, vol. 15, pp. 579585, 1991.
Unfortunately, my Bacon number is undefined, as I have yet to appear in a movie. My former landlord's son is a film director though, so perhaps one day I will be assigned a finite Bacon number (as well as a finite ErdősBacon number)...