|Founder||Rabbi Yisrael Rozen|
|Focus||Halakha, Technology, Medicine|
|Method||Research & development of halachicly compliant technology.|
The Zomet Institute (Hebrew: מכון צומת, Makhon Tzomet, Tzomet being an acronym for Tzevtei Mada veTorah (Hebrew: צוותי מדע ותורה), lit. Teams of Science and Torah) is an Israeli high-tech non-profit organization specializing in IT equipment and electronic appliances designed to meet Halakha.
The Zomet Institute was established in Alon Shvut by Yisrael Rosen (1941-2017), who also founded and headed the Administration of Conversion to Judaism of the Chief Rabbinate of Israel. Later, he served as a Dayan - Rabbinic Judge on the Beit Din for Conversion.
The company has developed solutions for operating electrical appliances on the Shabbat and other Jewish holidays. Appliances made by the institute are used in Jewish observant homes, as well as in public organizations such as hospitals, the Israel Police and the Israel Defense Forces.
Although the Zomet Institute is affiliated with Modern Orthodox Judaism, Rozen often consults other rabbis and his halachic rulings have received endorsements from authorities including the late Rabbi Shlomo Zalman Auerbach and Rabbi Yehoshua Neuwirth.