tract: Multi-task learning (MTL) and the attention technique have been proven to effectively extract robust acoustic features for various speech-related applications in noisy environments. In this study, we integrated MTL and the attention-weighting mechanism and propose an attention-based MTL (ATM0 approach to realize a multi-model learning structure and to promote the speech enhancement (SE) and speaker identification (SI) systems simultaneously. There are three subsystems in the proposed ATM: SE, SI, and attention-Net (AttNet). In the proposed system, a long-short-term memory (LSTM) is used to perform SE, while a deep neural network (DNN) model is applied to construct SI and AttNet in ATM. The overall ATM system first extracts the representative features and then enhances the speech spectra in LSTM-SE and classifies speaker identity in DNN-SI. We conducted our experiment on Taiwan Mandarin hearing in noise test database. The evaluation results indicate that the proposed ATM system not only increases the quality and intelligibility of noisy speech input but also improves the accuracy of the SI system when compared to the conventional MTL approaches.