Dr. Enda Howley is a full time member of Academic Staff in the Discipline of Information Technology, NUI Galway. He lectures primarily on the innovative industry-focused Higher Diploma in Software Design and Development programme. The programme involves 19 leading industrial partners.
Dr. Enda Howley won the Grad Ireland Postgraduate Programme of the Year in Information Technology award in 2015.
Dr. Howley has been a shortlisted finalist in the NUI Galway Presidents Teaching Awards in both 2014 and 2015.  

He has a very active research career with over 50 internationally peer reviewed papers published since he began research in 2005.

Dr. Howley has previously held appointments as a Lecturer of Computing at the Institute of Technology Sligo, Ireland  and also as an SFI Post-doctoral researcher in NUI Galway (2008-2011) with the Systems Dynamics Research Group. During this period he was also appointed an Adjunct Lecturer in the College of Engineering and Informatics, NUI Galway.

In 2009 he completed my PhD Thesis “Trust and Multi-Agent Interactions: A Game Theoretic Analysis” with Dr. Colm O’Riordan in the Computational Intelligence Research Group, NUIG. His external examiner was Professor Karl Tuyls from University of Liverpool.

In 2004 he graduated with a first class honors (1.1) degree in Information Technology from NUI Galway and was awarded the pristigeous EMBARK Scholarship from the Irish Research Council.