Evgeny Kim

Herr  Evgeny  Kim

Telefon +49 711 685-81395
Universität Stuttgart
Institut für Maschinelle Sprachverarbeitung
Pfaffenwaldring 5 b
70569 Stuttgart


By email appointment

I am a PhD student at the Centre for Reflected Text Analytics (CRETA).

I got my MA in Computational Linguistics from Indiana University, Bloomington. I am also alumni of Fulbright Foreign Student Program for Russia (2014-2016). My previous background is in Linguistics and Translation Studies. 

  • Digital humanities
  • Emotion analysis

WS 2018/2019

  • Emotion Analysis and Affective Computing

WS 2017/2018

  • Emotion Analysis and Affective Computing

WS 2016/2017

  • Emotion Analysis and Affective Computing


  • Kim, Evgeny, and Roman Klinger. "A Survey on Sentiment and Emotion Analysis for Computational Literary Studies." arXiv preprint arXiv:1808.03137 (2018).
  • Kim, Evgeny, and Roman Klinger. "Who Feels What and Why? Annotation of a Literature Corpus with Semantic Roles of Emotions." In Proceedings of the 27th International Conference on Computational Linguistics, pp. 1345-1359. 2018.
  • Barth, Florian, and Kim,Evgeny, and Murr, Sandra, and Klinger, Roman. "A reporting tool for relational visualization and analysis of character mentions in literature". DhD, Köln, 2018.


  • Kim, E., Padó, S., & Klinger, R. (2017). Investigating the Relationship between Literary Genres and Emotional Plot Development. In Proceedings of the Joint SIGHUM Workshop on Computational Linguistics for Cultural Heritage, Social Sciences, Humanities and Literature (pp. 17-26).
  • Kim, E., Padó S., & Klinger, R. (2017). Prototypical Emotion Developments in Literary Genres. In Digital Humanities 2017: Conference Abstracts, Montréal, Canada, August 2017. McGill University and Université de Montréal.
  • Köper, M., Kim, E., & Klinger, R. (2017). IMS at EmoInt-2017: Emotion Intensity Prediction with Affective Norms, Automatically Extended Resources and Deep Learning. In Proceedings of the 8th Workshop on Computational Approaches to Subjectivity, Sentiment and Social Media Analysis (pp. 50-57).


  • Dakota, D., Gilmanov, T., Li, W., Kuzma, C., Kim, E., Mokh, N. A., & Kübler, S. Do Free Word
    Order Languages Need More Treebank Data? Investigating Dative Alternation in German, English,
    and Russian. Proceedings of SPMRL (2015)


  • Kim, E. Towards the Question of Translatability of Sketch Show Humor (the case of A Bit of Fray
    and Laurie). Proceedings of Irkutsk State Linguistic University, 1(22) (2013)
  • Kim, E. Overcoming Cognitive Dissonance in Audiovisual Translation (on the material of The
    Friends sitcom). Proceedings of Voronezh State University (1) (2013)