Singlet-doublet fermion and triplet scalar dark matter with radiative neutrino masses

@article{Fiaschi2018SingletdoubletFA,
  title={Singlet-doublet fermion and triplet scalar dark matter with radiative neutrino masses},
  author={Juri Fiaschi and Michael Klasen and Simon May},
  journal={Journal of High Energy Physics},
  year={2018},
  volume={2019},
  pages={1-24}
}
A bstractWe present a detailed study of a combined singlet-doublet fermion and triplet scalar model for dark matter. These models have only been studied separately in the past. Together, they form a simple extension of the Standard Model that can account for dark matter and explain the existence of neutrino masses, which are generated radiatively. This holds even if singlet-doublet fermions and triplet scalars never contribute simultaneously to the dark matter abundance. However, this also… 

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