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​2024 高科技廠房設施國際論壇講師



Exyte Concept Development Team, Advanced Technology Facilities (ATF)

Lead Decarbonization Engineer


Master’s in Science for sustainable energy technologies from the University of Southampton, United Kingdom
Bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering from the University of Warwick, United Kingdom


Taib has over ten years of experience in the Environmental Sustainable Development (ESD)
Taib drives Exyte’s endeavors in serving clients globally in the semiconductor and other high-tech industries to meet their decarbonization goals through innovative design and engineering – This includes predicting energy or water consumption through modelling and simulation, and leading collaboration with various partners across the value chain to cover aspects in circular economy, lights-out manufacturing, industry 4.0, green building strategies and certifications, and new sustainable technologies
Prior to joining Exyte, he held leadership roles, across business development, sales, consultancy, coaching, and training, responsible in sustainable initiatives which also included co-developing NimbleSIM software – a software that enables designers to make faster and informed decisions for integration of passive sustainable strategies into the design of the facilities




In the ever-evolving semiconductor industry, sustainability and smart manufacturing practices are crucial for long-term success and positive environmental impact. This technical presentation explores the latest advancements, innovations, and best practices in semiconductor sustainability and smart facility management.

The presentation focuses on essential areas such as energy efficiency, waste reduction, water conservation, and carbon footprint reduction. We showcase cutting-edge dynamic simulation technology, which enables optimized facility system design schemes and equipment selection, enhancing sustainability throughout the semiconductor fab lifecycle. Case studies and practical examples from our industry experience illustrate successful implementation strategies and measurable outcomes.

Moreover, we highlight the integration of smart manufacturing principles, leveraging data analytics, artificial intelligence (AI), and the Internet of Things (IoT). These technologies facilitate real-time monitoring, predictive maintenance, and optimized resource allocation, leading to increased efficiency, reduced costs, and improved overall sustainability performance.
Furthermore, we delve into the key differences among various green building certification schemes and their impact on semiconductor fabs. Join this presentation to stay at the forefront of fab sustainability and discover how innovations in smart facility management drive long-term success while making a positive contribution to the environment.

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