Time Resolved Optically Stimulated Luminescence (TR-OSL) from Be ceramics was investigated using blue (445 nm) and near-IR light (852 nm) for stimulation. Stimulation spectrum of the TR-OSL signal - as measured in the interval 700 to 420 nm- was observed to increase monotonically with the decreasing stimulation wavelength. In addition to the "fast" and "slow" components observed with blue light stimulation, IR stimulated TR-OSL spectra of irradiated BeO ceramics were observed to have two components with average lifetimes around similar to 2.5 mu s and similar to 17 mu s. Emission spectra of the both IR stimulated TR-OSL components were observed to have a broad emission band peaking around 330 nm. Thermal stability of the IR stimulated TR-OSL signal was studied by making preheating experiments in the range from 100 degrees C to 190 degrees C. It was observed that the IR stimulated OSL signal is stable up to similar to 150 degrees C and decay afterwards. Radiation dose response of the IR stimulated luminescence signal was obtained in the range from 5 to 500 Gy. Both blue and IR stimulated TR-OSL signals grew up to 100 Gy and exhibited saturation for higher doses. Additionally, measurement temperature dependence of the components was also investigated and for the similar to 2 mu s component thermal assistance with activation energy around 0.16 eV was observed. It seems that the fast component of the blue stimulated TR-OSL component can be correlated to the similar to 2 mu s IR stimulated TR-OSL component. (C) 2014 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.