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Ceravision to Attend 2016 IOP Plasma Conference & LS15

Ceravision are delighted to announce that we will be represented at 2 major technology conferences in May.


Mónica Santos - Ceravision Lamp Development Engineer, will be presenting a poster at the 43rd Institute of Physics Plasma Conference on the Isle of Skye in the UK.

The poster titled 'Power Balance in Microwave Powered HID Lamps' was written by Mónica and her co-workers Barry Preston and Dr. Graeme Lister.



John Stocks - Ceravision Production Manager, will be presenting 2 posters at LS15 in Kyoto, Japan.

1. Power Balance in Electrodeless HID (“Plasma”) Lamps, written by Mónica Santos, Michael Whiting, Barry Preston, Dr. Graeme Lister and John Stocks.

2. Predicting the colour appearance of Munsell colour chips under various illuminants from their reflectance spectra, written by Barry Preston, John Stocks and Dr. Stuart Mucklejohn.

He will also be presenting one poster in collaboration with Forum for the Future and Open Energi.

The poster titled 'Exploring opportunities for lighting in electricity Demand Side Response and Storage' was written by Kelly Cooper of Forum for the Future, Dr. Stuart Mucklejohn, John Stocks, Julie Gore, along with Lucy Symons & David Hill of Open Energi.

For further information on either of these events, please click below.



Further Information

Future Applications

Energy efficiency is a global driver within many markets and Ceravision’s core technology has the ability to address these markets. Due to the flexible nature of the technology we are able to facilitate a variety of power levels (400 W to 5 kW) and spectra ranging from visible to UV light.


Ceravision’s High Efficiency Plasma (HEP) light is particularly suited to medium and high power applications. The light is emitted from a very small source, which enables Ceravision to accurately focus and distribute the light. This in turn facilitates significantly greater optical performance.

Intellectual Property

Ceravision maintains an extensive Intellectual Property (“IP”) portfolio comprising Patents, Trade Marks and Design Rights.

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