Each month, ERJ sets a weekly brainteaser, with questions of varying degrees of difficulty. Readers supplying the most accurate (and stylish) answers are then considered for the prestigious Brainiac of the Month title.
Some excellent answering to a tricky set of questions over June. But for their extra neat solutions respectively to Q5 and Q4, it’s well done to John Bowen, consultant and Sergey Krasnozhon, Sibur, new joint holders of the Brainiac of the Month title.
This month, Q2 (The Auld Triangle Test) generated the best bunch of answers. And, for a particularly neat solution, the top award goes to France Veillette of Bridgestone Canada, our new Brainiac of the Month.
A feature this month has been the expert input of new participants. In recognition, our top award goes to select trio: Stefano Carletti, Indorama; T N Dahal, Kankai Rubber; and Flemming Vorbeck, NDI Group – new, joint holders of the Brainiac of the Month title
Some great answering this month, especially for tricky Q3. And, for his mathematical tour de force in solving that challenge, it is big congratulations to Michele Girardi, Scame Mastaf SpA, new holder of the Brainiac of the Month title.
For their neat solutions to tricky Q2, it's well done to France Veillette of Bridgestone Canada, Andrew Knox, Rubbond Int; Michele Girardi, Scame Mastaf and David Mann, SPC, the new joint holders of our Brainiac of the Month title.
As we say, readers supplying the most accurate (and stylish) answers are considered for the top title each month. Taking the style-factor into account, there can only be one winner: congratulations to Jose Padron of Waterville TG, our new Brainiac of the Month.
The ERJ Brainiac of the Year Awards 2020 have been decided using advanced algorithms in which points were awarded for each correct answer, special mention and helpful and/or amusing email sent in during the year.