TeV Scale Seesaw Model, Scalar Dark Matter and Electroweak Vacuum Stability
August 02, 2019
We consider a singlet extension of the standard model in which the active light neutrino masses are generated via the TeV scale inverse seesaw mechanism whereas a singlet scalar is introduced as the candidate for dark matter. We show that although these two sectors are disconnected at low energy, the coupling constants of both the sectors get correlated at high energy scale by the constraints coming from the perturbativity and stability/metastability of the electroweak vacuum
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