Organised under the auspice of Rector of University of Zielona Góra and with the support of the International Visegrad Fund .


M. Borowiecki
University of Zielona Góra
Faculty of Mathematics,
Computer Science and Econometrics

Invited Speakers:

I. Broere (Pretoria, RSA)
W. D. Goddard (Clemson, USA)
J. Harant (Ilmenau, Germany)
S. Klavžar (Ljubljana, Slovenia)
A.V. Kostochka (Urbana-Champaign, USA)
P. Mihók (Košice, Slovakia)
A. Proskurowski (Eugene, USA)
A. Ruciński (Poznań, Poland)
Z. Ryjáček (Pilsen, Czech Republic)
Zs.Tuza (Veszprem, Hungary)

Important Dates:

Registration and abstracts: May 31, 2011
Payment: June 30, 2011
Proceedings: January 31, 2012

Organising Committee:

E. Drgas-Burchardt (Zielona Góra, Poland)
K. Jesse-Józefczyk (Zielona Góra, Poland)
E. Sidorowicz (Zielona Góra, Poland)

Programme Committee:

P. Borowiecki (Gdańsk, Poland)
I. Broere (Pretoria, RSA)
R. Euler (Brest, France)
J. Harant (Ilmenau, Germany)
M. Henning (Johannesburg, RSA)
S. Jendrol' (Košice, Slovakia)
P. Mihók (Košice, Slovakia)
D. Rautenbach (Ulm, Germany)
I. Schiermeyer (Freiberg, Germany)
A.P. Wojda (Kraków, Poland)
X. Zhu (Kaohsiung, Taiwan)
Zs.Tuza (Veszprem, Hungary)


The Colourings, Independence and Domination (CID) is a biennial international conference. It continues a series of international workshops in mathematics with a section of Graph Theory, held annualy since 1993. The CID workshops encourage high-quality research in all aspects of Graph Theory, especially concerning the following topis: colourings, partitions (general colourings), hereditary properties, independence and dominating structures, local properties, products of graphs as well as graph algorithms and applications related to these topics.

Conference Site:

A tourist city Szklarska Poreba is a mountain resort located at the foot of Szrenica, one of the highest peaks of Karkonosze mountains. See official Szklarska Poreba web site for more information.

Registration and abstract submission:

The scientific programme includes invited talks (40 min.) and original contributing talks (20 min.). All speakers are expected to submit abstracts of their talks in order to prepare a booklet that will be available to all participants at the conference time. Beside of brief results description and bibliography, be sure to include your and eventualy co-author's names and affiliations. AMS subject classification and keywords will be helpful. Prepare your abstract using the template. Abstracts should be sent by e-mail as both TeX and PDF files. Try to limit the length to one page, if possible.


We kindly invite all participants to contribute to the Proceedings of CID Workshops, published as the special volumes of Discussiones Mathematicae Graph Theory journal. Please visit DMGT journal site for further details and CID 2003-2009 Proceedings. All papers will be refereed according the usual standards of DMGT journal. Simultaneous submission of papers to other journals or proceedings is not allowed. If you need any assistance concerning your submission please contact Danuta Michalak, Managing Editor of DMGT.