AbstractMulti-physics and multiscale modelling frameworks, especially for the computer based analysis of surface damage and corrosion, requires not only robust computational tools but also an efficient data-centric architecture for handling information exchange at different modelling scales. The issue to exchange data provided by different computational solvers as well as required and used in different programming languages forms a request in specific formats signifying a strong non-uniformity for an easy nexus with other solvers. This non-uniformity has created a need to focus on intermittent state-of-theart data-centric software tools, which aim to bridge data exchange technology, to ensure heterogeneity across a wide range of solvers . Moreover, data organization in the form of ontological representation and metadata structures are necessary to be prepared as a standard for a coherent representation of information regardless of the diverse nature of data formats specific to a scientific discipline. A domain ontology based on the European Materials & Modelling Ontology (EMMO) for galvanic corrosion is outlined and connected to corresponding concepts in a galvanic corrosion model. This fundamental work provides and discusses the concept, underlying terminology and working mechanism of a data-centric architecture for exchanging and interfacing data-flow between data sources/sinks and solvers. It realizes an ontological representation of physics and chemistry of galvanic corrosion. Thus, it is a nuclei for further improvement's of interoperability between complex corrosion related phenomena and models. It paves the way for accurate computational corrosion engineering.